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Re: [Help-gsl] small contribution to gsl code

From: Patrick Alken
Subject: Re: [Help-gsl] small contribution to gsl code
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2016 08:32:50 -0600
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Hi, it would be great if you submit your patch to the bug tracker. Then I can take a look and add it to the source tree. If you make a patch, please use the latest git code.


On 07/11/2016 11:20 PM, Yu Liu wrote:
     I was wondering if there is a standard procedure for submitting and
review code patches. For example, do we go through Savannah bug tracker or
the maintainer first?
     GSL helped me a lot back in 2002-2004 when I was doing some simulation
work, and I always wish to be able to contribute something to the code
base. Although I am not a software engineer by training, there might be
some stuff that I can handle. Maybe these are trivial refactoring or
straightforward implementations, but I figure someone has to do it at the
end of the day. For example, I tried the implementation suggested in and it seemed promising. Of course, I
haven't started writing the tests.
     It would thus be appreciated if someone could give me a headsup about
what needs to be done when developing something for gsl. I may have to
start from the fundamentals. Any suggestions are welcome.
     Thank you!


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