[MacRuby-devel] Getting involved in MacRuby development
thibault.ml at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 10:17:18 PST 2010
Help is of course always welcome.
MacRuby is a huge project, and there is a lot to do & fix. There are LLVM related stuff, but there is also a lot of pure C-Ruby & C++ involved, as well as some Objective-C runtime here and there (in C) :-).
As for how to get started, I would say you first need to read HACKING.rdoc as well as README.rdoc.
If you really want to work on 0.5 related code, you can peek into the TODO file, there is a list of what we really want for the 0.5 final release.
We also have our list of open bugs : http://www.macruby.org/trac/report/1
Of course, not everything is easy. I can't really say for sure which one you should get stared on, but maybe somebody out there on the ML could tell you :-).
On Jan 24, 2010, at 08:46, Maxime Curioni wrote:
> Hello MacRuby development team,
> I am contacting you to have more information about how to be involved in the development process. I have been hearing about MacRuby for many months and I want to have a more proactive role in the project. As far as my abilities go, I have been using Cocoa for many years and am currently working with Ruby on Rails at work, during the day. I have no prior experience with LLVM, but learning about it for a real-world project is a great motivation for me to get up to speed.
> I read that the 0.6 branch was merged into trunk last week-end, so I am not sure if I am coming in at the right moment. I would be glad to try to fix some bugs for the final 0.5 release. If you have anything in particular for me to start on, I am up for it.
> Thanks a lot for your feedback and your help,
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