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Contributing to Paho

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Project description:

The Paho project has been created to provide scalable open-source implementations of open and standard messaging protocols aimed at new, existing, and emerging applications for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT). Paho reflects the inherent physical and cost constraints of device connectivity. Its objectives include effective levels of decoupling between devices and applications, designed to keep markets open and encourage the rapid growth of scalable Web and Enterprise middleware and applications. Paho is being kicked off with MQTT publish/subscribe client implementations for use on embedded platforms, along with corresponding server support as determined by the community.

Source

The MQTT-SN applications and samples are stored in a git repository. The URLs to access it are:

  • ssh://@git.eclipse.org:29418/paho/org.eclipse.paho.mqtt-sn.apps
  • https://@git.eclipse.org/r/paho/org.eclipse.paho.mqtt-sn.apps

A web browsable repository is available.

Contributing a patch

The Paho repositories are accessed through Gerrit, the code review project, which makes it possible for anybody to clone the repository, make changes and push them back for review and eventual acceptance into the project.

To do this, you must follow a few steps. The first of these are described at

  • Contributing via git

  • Sign the Eclipse CLA

  • Use a valid commit record, including a signed-off-by entry.

There are further details at

Once the patch is pushed back to Gerrit, the project committers will be informed and they will undertake a review of the code. The patch may need modifying for some reason. In order to make amending commits more straightforward, the steps at https://git.eclipse.org/r/Documentation/cmd-hook-commit-msg.html should be followed. This automatically inserts a "Change-Id" entry to your commit message which allows you to amend commits and have Gerrit track them as the same change.

What happens next depends on the content of the patch. If it is 100% authored by the contributor and is less than 1000 lines (and meets the needs of the project), then it can be committed to the main repository. If not, more steps are required. These are detailed in the legal process poster.

Developer resources:

Information regarding source code management, builds, coding standards, and more.

Contributor License Agreement:

Before your contribution can be accepted by the project, you need to create and electronically sign the Eclipse Foundation Contributor License Agreement (CLA).

Contact:

Contact the project developers via the project's development mailing list.

Search for bugs:

This project uses Bugzilla to track ongoing development and issues.

Create a new bug:

Be sure to search for existing bugs before you create another one. Remember that contributions are always welcome!

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