Ensure Fork Sync
Before submitting a pull request, make sure that your fork is fully synced with the latest commit in the Corsace repository in order to avoid merge conflicts.
If you already committed changes A B C D E F G H I J to the code in your fork before updating, you can use the following git options:
git fetch [CORSACE REPOSITORY]
git rebase [CORSACE REPOSITORY]/master
git cherry-pick A B C F # To commit only specific commits you created since
git cherry-pick A^..J # Commit all of the commands you created since
git push -f
git push --force
[CORSACE REPOSITORY] is the name of the remote you created. You would most likely have called it
upstream if you use the example GitHub provides.
This should now have you up to date to the latest commit on the Corsace repository alongside the commits you wanted.
Submitting New/Changed Documents
Make sure to run
npm run lint (as well as
npm run lintfix for anything automatically fixable), and fix the issues that appear if any.
Create a Pull Request whenever ready. Currently, there is no specifications needed for PR/commit naming.
Afterwards, ping VINXIS (
vinxis on discord) or ThePooN (
thepoon on discord) in the #dev channel in the Corsace Discord Server, and it should typically be checked within a day.