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Contributing code the right way

TLDR: it works almost like Github.

Due to spam, new Gitlab users are set to external. In order to do anything, you'll need to ask for your account to be promoted. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  1. Register on the development website;
  2. Post on the forums asking for your account to be promoted;
  3. Fork the repository you're interested in;
  4. Do the needful;
  5. Verify that your changes pass through PHPStan (see below);
  6. File a PR against master branch;

If you have any other questions, see this forum thread.

Please don't inline patches in forum posts, attach files instead (.patch or .diff file extensions should work).


Here's an example on how to run the analyzer using Docker:

docker run --rm -v $(pwd):/app -v /tmp/phpstan-8.1:/tmp/phpstan --workdir /app php:8.1-cli php -d memory_limit=-1 ./vendor/bin/phpstan --memory-limit=2G --error-format=raw

Any errors break CI pipeline so you'll have to make sure it's clean.

Contributing translations

Believe it or not, people also spam using Weblate. Therefore, some minor jumping through hoops is involved here:

  1. Register on Weblate / forums;
  2. Post in the Weblate discussion thread on the forum, ask to be added to a project you're interested in;
  3. You'll be given proper access rights and will be able to edit translations.

That's it. If the language you're interested is not available yet, ask and we'll add it;