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geda:pcb_developer_introduction_2 [2018/01/28 11:37]
cparker [Next Steps]
geda:pcb_developer_introduction_2 [2018/06/24 12:48]
cparker [Getting to Know the pcb Sources]
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 +====== Getting Started as a pcb Developer =====
 This page is intended to be a less overwhelming version of the [[pcb_developer_introduction]]. This page is intended to be a less overwhelming version of the [[pcb_developer_introduction]].
  
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-There'​s lots of accessible documentation on how to use git [[https://​git-scm.com/​documentation]]. However, it's really easy to figure out how to do things using Google. Note that you wont be able to contribute your changes directly to the server until you get an account set up with DJ. Ask him on the mailing list. Alternatively,​ you can submit your patches to the mailing listor to LaunchPad.+There'​s lots of accessible documentation on how to use git [[https://​git-scm.com/​documentation]]. However, it's really easy to figure out how to do things using Google. ​You can also check here for some relevant examples: [[geda:​scm|Source Control Management]]. 
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 +Note that you wont be able to contribute your changes directly to the server until you get an account set up with DJ. Ask him on the mailing list. Alternatively,​ you can submit your patches to the mailing list or LaunchPad, or you can create and publish your own [[pcb:​plugins]] for pcb on your blog, github, whateverIf you do the later, let us know so that we can link to it!
  
 Now that you have the source files, you'll want to know what's stored where. The source tree's file structure is described here: Now that you have the source files, you'll want to know what's stored where. The source tree's file structure is described here:
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 =====Next Steps===== =====Next Steps=====
-There are lots and lots of projects to help with. A good way to get started is to start looking at bug reports on LaunchPad: https://​launchpad.net/​pcb . While you're there, you could have a look at the blueprints and milestones. We also have a running list of projects [[pcb:​pcb-projects]] that you could have a look at. If you need some other ideas, send some email to the list.  Happy hacking!+There are lots and lots of projects to help with. A good way to get started is to start looking at bug reports on LaunchPad: https://​launchpad.net/​pcb . While you're there, you could have a look at the blueprints and milestones. We also have a running list of projects [[http://​wiki.geda-project.org/​pcb-projects]] that you could have a look at. If you need some other ideas, send some email to the list.  Happy hacking!
  
geda/pcb_developer_introduction_2.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/01 12:44 by cparker