How to Contribute

Code Snippets

To share your code snippets with the community Github’s Gist is a useful tool.

How to contribute snippets?

  1. Make sure you snippet has all the pgRouting snippet header included and filled out
--
-- TITLE:
-- DESCRIPTION:
-- USE CASES:
-- EXAMPLE(S):
-- LICENSE:
-- AUTHOR:
-- EMAIL:
--
  1. Post your snippet to Gist: https://gist.github.com
  2. Add a link to the pgRouting Wiki.
  3. Create a ticket on the pgRouting issue tracker and add the label Snippet.
  4. Post an email to pgrouting-users@lists.osgeo.org with links to your Gist and some explanation.

Get Involved

Note

This section is incomplete.

Fork pgRouting on Github

If you plan to submit patches or changes, make a fork of the repository:

Make sure you’ve got a Github account and that you’re logged in. Go to: https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting, click the fork button. Now you should have your own version of the repository.

git clone git://github.com/<username>/pgrouting.git pgrouting

If you’re new to Git, find more information here: