Commit dfe7af36 authored by Brad King's avatar Brad King Committed by Kitware Robot
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Merge topic 'CONTRIBUTING-use-gitlab'

03bd9895 CONTRIBUTING: Document contribution through the Kitware GitLab Instance
2cbfb5c7 CONTRIBUTING: Reference clang-format helper script for code style
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CMake is maintained and supported by `Kitware`_ and developed in
collaboration with a productive community of contributors.
Please subscribe and post to the `CMake Developers List`_ to raise
discussion of development topics.
.. _`Kitware`:
The preferred entry point for new contributors is the mailing list.
Please subscribe and post to the `CMake Developers List`_ to offer
contributions. Regular and productive contributors may be invited
to gain direct push access.
.. _`CMake Developers List`:
Please base all new work on the ``master`` branch. Then use
``git format-patch`` to produce patches suitable to post to
the mailing list.
CMake uses `Kitware's GitLab Instance`_ to manage development and code review.
To contribute patches:
#. Fork the upstream `CMake Repository`_ into a personal account.
#. Base all new work on the upstream ``master`` branch.
#. Create commits making incremental, distinct, logically complete changes.
#. Push a topic branch to a personal repository fork on GitLab.
#. Create a GitLab Merge Request targeting the upstream ``master`` branch.
.. _`Kitware's GitLab Instance`:
.. _`CMake Repository`:
Code Style
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We use `clang-format`_ to define our style for C++ code in the CMake source
tree. See the `.clang-format`_ configuration file for our style settings.
Use ``clang-format`` version 3.8 or higher to format source files.
See also the `Utilities/Scripts/clang-format.bash`_ script.
.. _`clang-format`:
.. _`.clang-format`: .clang-format
.. _`Utilities/Scripts/clang-format.bash`: Utilities/Scripts/clang-format.bash
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