Contributions are welcome and are greatly appreciated! Every little bit helps, and credit will always be given.
After forking enzyme to your own github org, do the following steps to get started:
# clone your fork to your local machine git clone https://github.com/airbnb/enzyme.git # step into local repo cd enzyme # install dependencies (use react:13 if you want to use React 0.13) npm install && npm run react:14
# switch to React 0.13 npm run react:13
# switch to React 0.14 npm run react:14
# switch to React 15 npm run react:15
# run tests on whatever version of React is currently installed npm test
# run tests on all supported versions of React npm run test:all
# faster feedback for TDD npm run test:watch
It is recommended that you install an eslint plugin for your editor of choice when working on this codebase, however you can always check to see if the source code is compliant by running:
npm run lint
Building the docs locally is extremely simple. First execute the following command:
npm run docs:watch
After this, you can open up your browser to the specified port (usually http://localhost:4000 )
The browser will automatically refresh when there are changes to any of the source files.
Before you submit a pull request from your forked repo, check that it meets these guidelines:
- If the pull request fixes a bug, it should include tests that fail without the changes, and pass with them.
- If the pull request adds functionality, the docs should be updated as part of the same PR.
- The pull request should work for React 15, React 0.14 and React 0.13. The CI server should run the tests in all versions automatically when you push the PR, but if you'd like to check locally, you can do so (see above).
- Please rebase and resolve all conflicts before submitting.