Thanks for your interest in contributing to
aiomysql, there are multiple
ways and places you can contribute.
Reporting an Issue¶
If you have found issue with aiomysql please do not hesitate to file an issue on the GitHub project. When filing your issue please make sure you can express the issue with a reproducible test case.
When reporting an issue we also need as much information about your environment that you can include. We never know what information will be pertinent when trying narrow down the issue. Please include at least the following information:
- Version of aiomysql and python.
- Version of MySQL/MariaDB.
- Platform you’re running on (OS X, Linux, Windows).
Instructions for contributors¶
In order to make a clone of the GitHub repo: open the link and press the “Fork” button on the upper-right menu of the web page.
I hope everybody knows how to work with git and github nowadays :)
Workflow is pretty straightforward:
- Clone the GitHub repo
- Make a change
- Make sure all tests passed
- Commit changes to own aiomysql clone
- Make pull request from github page for your clone
Preconditions for running aiomysql test suite¶
We expect you to use a python virtual environment to run our tests.
There are several ways to make a virtual environment.
If you like to use virtualenv please run:
$ cd aiomysql $ virtualenv --python=`which python3` venv
For standard python venv:
$ cd aiomysql $ python3 -m venv venv
$ cd aiomysql $ mkvirtualenv --python=`which python3` aiomysql
There are other tools like pyvenv but you know the rule of thumb now: create a python3 virtual environment and activate it.
After that please install libraries required for development:
$ pip install -r requirements-dev.txt
We also recommend to install ipdb but it’s on your own:
$ pip install ipdb
Congratulations, you are ready to run the test suite
Fresh local installation of mysql has user root with empty password, tests use this values by default. But you always can override host/port, user and password in aiomysql/tests/base.py file or install corresponding environment variables. Tests require two databases to be created before running suit:
$ mysql -u root mysql> CREATE DATABASE test_pymysql DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8 DEFAULT COLLATE utf8_general_ci; mysql> CREATE DATABASE test_pymysql2 DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8 DEFAULT COLLATE utf8_general_ci;
Run aiomysql test suite¶
After all the preconditions are met you can run tests typing the next command:
$ make test
The command at first will run the flake8 tool (sorry, we don’t accept pull requests with pep8 or pyflakes errors).
On flake8 success the tests will be run.
Please take a look on the produced output.
Any extra texts (print statements and so on) should be removed.
We are trying hard to have good test coverage; please don’t make it worse.
$ make cov
to run test suite and collect coverage information. Once the command
has finished check your coverage at the file that appears in the last
line of the output:
Please go to the link and make sure that your code change is covered.
We encourage documentation improvements.
Please before making a Pull Request about documentation changes run:
$ make doc
Once it finishes it will output the index html page
Go to the link and make sure your doc changes looks good.