First off, thank you for considering contributing to AltUnityTester.

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Did you find a bug?

Ensure the bug was not already reported by searching all issues. If you’re unable to find an open issue addressing the problem, open a new issue

When you ask a question about a problem you will get a much better/quicker answer if you provide a code sample that can be used to reproduce the problem.

Try to:

  • Use as little code as possible that still produces the same problem.

  • Provide all parts needed to reproduce the problem (code and model if needed).

  • Test the code you’re about to provide to make sure it reproduces the problem.

How to suggest a feature or enhancement?

If you find yourself wishing for a feature that doesn’t exist in AltUnityTester:

  • Ensure the enhancement was not already reported by searching all issues.

  • Open a new issue. Be sure to include a clear description of the feature you would like to see, as much relevant information as possible:

    • Why you need it?

    • How should it work?

Contributing changes

When you create a merge request take in consideration the following:

  • Respect the project structure

  • If it is a new feature like a new command try to make it for all three languages (Java, C# and Python) and also add tests

  • If it is a bugfix then write a test to show that the bug is no longer reproducible

Preparing your Fork

  • Click ‘Fork’ on GitLab, creating e.g. yourname/altunitytester.

  • Clone your project: git clone

  • cd altunitytester

For a more detailed tutorial check out the GitLab Documentation

Preparing a Merge Request

After forking a project and applying your local changes, complete the following steps to create a merge request from your fork to contribute back to the main project:

  • Go to Projects > Your Projects and select your fork of the repository.

  • In the left menu, go to Merge Requests, and click New Merge Request.

  • In the Source branch drop-down list box, select your branch in your forked repository as the source branch.

  • In the Target branch drop-down list box, select the master branch from the altunitytester repository as the target branch.

  • Assign a user to review your changes, and click Submit merge request.

For a more detailed tutorial check out the GitLab Documentation.