Updated over 7 years ago by Knödlseder Jürgen

Submission guidelines

Submissions should be written in english.

Submitting a Bug

Before submitting a bug notification, please check the list of bugs to see whether your bug is already known. If yes, you may add some information to the known bug using the Update tag.

If the bug is not yet known, please create a new issue using the Bug tracker by specifying
  • a short and meaningful subject
  • an exhaustive description of the bug (including software version, system configuration, and the conditions under which the bug occurred)

Please do not assign any priority or person, due date and estimated time, this will be handled by the project manager. You may add files as necessary (e.g. configuration file and output, log files, screen dumps, etc.).

Submitting a Feature Request

Before submitting a feature request, please check the list of feature requests to see whether your feature request is already filed. If yes, you may add some information to the feature request using the Update tag.

If the feature is not yet files, please create a new issue using the Feature tracker by specifying
  • a short and meaningful subject
  • an exhaustive description of the what is requested
  • a justification for the request

Please do not assign any priority or person, due date and estimated time, this will be handled by the project manager. You may add files as necessary (e.g. configuration file and output, log files, screen dumps, etc.).

Submitting a Wiki improvement

When you edit a wiki page to improve its content, make sure that you fill the comment field with a descriptive summary of the changes you’ve made to the page. This way we’ll be better able to “monitor” and “maintain” the quality of the actual wiki content.

Submitting a patch

If you would like to contribute to the GammaLib development, please contact .

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