A pull-request will only be considered for merging into the upstream codebase after you have signed Snyk's contributor agreement, assigning to Snyk the rights to the contributed code and granting you a license to use it in return. If you submit a pull request, you will be prompted to review and sign the agreement with one click (Snyk uses CLA assistant).
Commit messages must follow the Angular-style commit format (but excluding the scope):
fix: minified scripts being removed
Also includes tests
This allows for the automatic change log to generate correctly.
Commit types must be one of the following:
feat: A new feature
fix: A bug fix
docs: Documentation only changes
test: Adding missing tests
chore: Changes to the build process or auxiliary tools and libraries such as documentation generation
refactor: A code change that neither fixes a bug nor adds a feature
style: Changes that do not affect the meaning of the code (white-space, formatting, missing semi-colons and other similar changes)
perf: A code change that improves performance
To release a major update you must add
BREAKING CHANGE: to the start of the body and the detail of the breaking change.
Ensure that your code adheres to the included
.eslintrc config by running
npm run lint.
Sending pull requests
New command line options are generally discouraged unless there's a really good reason.
Add tests for newly added code (and try to mirror directory and file structure if possible).
PRs will not be code reviewed unless all tests are passing.
Important: When fixing a bug, commit a failing test first so that CircleCI (or the approver) can show the code failing. Once that commit is in place, then commit the bug fix so that Snyk can test before and after.
Remember that you're developing for multiple platforms and versions of Node.js, so if the tests pass on your Mac or Linux or Windows machine, the tests may not pass elsewhere.