Committers should work directly on the apache git repo and can directly push there.
git clone https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cxf-dosgi.git
Non committers should clone from our github mirrior as it makes it easier to provide pull requests
git clone email@example.com:apache/cxf-dosgi.git
Use jdk 8 and maven 3
Providing pull requests
Make sure you first open a JIRA issue with the details of the bug you are fixing or the requirements you solve when doing an enhancement.
To create a good pull request you should:
- fork the CXF-DOSGI github repo
- create a branch named like the issue id e.g. "DOSGI-100 Improved ..."
- In the branch ideally have only one commit with a commit message that start with the issue id [DOSGI-100]. This will automatically hook up the PR to the JIRA issue so we directly see the PR in JIRA
- When doing changes in your PR branch you can always squash commits and do forced push to keep it up to date.
Before pushing make sure you run a full build and it passes. Pull requests with not merge effort and passing tests have much higher chances to be merged