Sign one of the contributor license agreements below.
Get the package:
go get -d google.golang.org/appengine
Change into the checked out source:
Fork the repo.
Set your fork as a remote:
git remote add fork firstname.lastname@example.org:GITHUB_USERNAME/appengine.git
Make changes, commit to your fork.
Send a pull request with your changes. The first line of your commit message is conventionally a one-line summary of the change, prefixed by the primary affected package, and is used as the title of your pull request.
Download and install the Go App Engine SDK. Make sure the
go_appengine dir is in your
APPENGINE_DEV_APPSERVER environment variable to
Run tests with
goapp test -v google.golang.org/appengine/...
Before we can accept your pull requests you'll need to sign a Contributor License Agreement (CLA):
You can sign these electronically (just scroll to the bottom). After that, we'll be able to accept your pull requests.
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