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How to contribute to Squeak
Last updated at 2:56 pm UTC on 12 September 2017
Squeak is maintained by many people using a community process, in which anyone at any level can participate in some way.

Contributing your package

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Contributing to the Base System

The general development process of Squeak is described in https://squeakboard.wordpress.com/2009/07/02/a-new-community-development-model/.

If you want to contribute an improvement you can submit it to the "Inbox" repository which you can add as described in Inbox. Developers on the squeak-dev mailing list will be notified and the change might be discussed there.

Handling Commits from the Inbox

If a change in the inbox is accepted the following should be done by a core developer to merge it:
  1. Merge the commit in an up-to-date trunk image
  2. Make sure the commit works with the up-to-date image
  3. Commit the merged state
  4. The merge commit has now two ancestors: the previous head of the trunk repository and the commit from the inbox. To provide a consistent history, we have to move the inbox commit to the trunk repository. Therefore go to http://source.squeak.org/inbox and look for the commit under versions. After clicking on the version you see details of the version and two buttons which allow you to move the version either to trunk or the treated inbox. Use the move to trunk button to move the change to the trunk.

In case there are no new commits in the trunk repository, core developers can also simply use the "Move to Trunk" button on http://source.squeak.org/inbox.

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