w— redirect_from: “/archivos/2014/03/10/libturpial-needs-your-help/” author: milmazz comments: true share: true date: 2014-03-10 21:00:00 layout: post slug: libturpial-needs-your-help title: ‘libturpial needs your help’ tags:
Do you want to begin to contribute into libturpial codebase but you don’t know where to start?, that’s ok, it also happens to me sometimes, but today, the reality is that we need your help to fix some errors reported by our style checker (flake8), this errors are:
E126: continuation line over-indented for hanging indent
E128: continuation line under-indented for visual indent
E231: missing whitespace after
E251: unexpected spaces around keyword / parameter equals
E261: at least two spaces before inline comment
E301: expected 1 blank line
E302: expected 2 blank lines
E303: too many blank lines
E501: line too long
E711: comparison to
if cond is not None:
E712: comparison to
if cond is False:or
if not cond:
F401: imported but unused
F403: unable to detect undefined names
F821: undefined name
F841: local variable is assigned to but never used
F999: syntax error in doctest
W291: trailing whitespace
W391: blank line at end of file
.has_key()is deprecated, use
As you can see, some errors are really easy to fix but are too many for us, so please, we desperately need your help, help us!
The following is how we expect the community can contribute code into
libturpial via Pull Requests.
1) If you don’t have a Github account, please create one first.
2) Fork our project
3) Install Git, after that you should setup your name and email:
4) Set your local repository
satanas/libturpial as your
upstream remote, this basically tells Git
that your are referencing libturpial’s repository as your main source.
5.1) Update your local copy
7) Working on a bug
7.1) In the first place, install tox
7.2) Then, create a branch that identifies the bug that you will begin to work on:
In this example we are working on the bugs of the type: E231 (as indicated
by our style checker,
7.3) Make some local changes and commit, repeat.
7.3.1) Delete the error code that you will begin to work from the
located at the
flake8 section in the
tox.ini file (located at the root of
tox -e py27 to check the current errors.
7.3.3) Fix, fix, fix…
7.3.4) Commit your changes
7.4) In the case that you fixed all errors of the same type, please delete the
corresponding line in the
tox.ini file (located at the root of the project)
7.4.1) Don’t forget to commit that.
8) Publish your work
Please, adjust the name
E231 to something more appropiate in your case.
9) Create a Pull Request and don’t hesitate to bug the main maintainer until your changes get merged and published. Last but not least, don’t forget to add yourself as an author in the AUTHORS file, located at the root of the project.
10) Enjoy your work! :-)
If you want to help us more than you did already you can check our issues list, also, you can check out the Turpial project, our light, fast and beautiful microblogging client written in Python, currently supports Twitter, and identi.ca.
You can find more details on our guide, also, in case of doubt don’t hesitate to reach us.
libturpial is a Python library that handles multiple microblogging protocols. It implements a lot of features and aims to support all the features for each protocol. At the moment it supports Twitter and Identi.ca and is the backend used for Turpial.
Turpial is an alternative client for microblogging with multiple interfaces. At the moment it supports Twitter and Identi.ca and works with Gtk and Qt interfaces.