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How does one make code contributions into TimeDoctor? Thanks.
The way that we are working is:
to make a proposal about the intended changes/additions and have a discussion on it.
after that, a patch is submitted for a round of code-review/discussion which is later put into CVS
This way, we ensure that the code consistency is maintained. Sometimes, if it makes sense both the proposal
and patch can be submitted together. This can happen, for fixing a bug, for instance.
Also, please note that currently only I can check-in the code. Feel free to discuss about this.
Thanks for the response. In that case I'd like to get some traction on my proposal for adding extensions points to the TimeDoctor UI such as I mentioned in my other post. I have some code which better illustrates the point. With other eclipse projects I could write a proposal in a bug report and attach my patches to the bug report for the review of others. I don;t see how to map that process to SourceForge yet. What is the method I can make my patch available for youself and others? Thanks a lot Mahesh!
It's looking like the easiest thing to do is submit a patch with a bug detailing my ideas. I'll gather up my code and get that ready. Please inform me if there's something else I can do that would helpful. Thanks.