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==See also==
==See also==
For further details read [[ReactOS Git For Dummies]] article.
* For further details read [[ReactOS Git For Dummies]] article.
* You may also refer to older article [[Submitting Patches]].
[[Category: Tutorial]]
[[Category: Tutorial]]

Revision as of 21:10, 6 December 2018

Since the migration to GitHub, contributing to the project become even easier!

For newbies

To commit your changes into the repository, follow these steps:

  1. Fork the ReactOS repository into your own GitHub account
  2. Make sure you set up your full name and correct public e-mail in your account settings (this is required by our contributing rules)
  3. Commit changes in your new forked repository following our commit message style
    1. If you already have a pending Pull Request and you want to create another, you should create a new branch in your forked repository and commit changes to it
  4. Create a Pull Request from your branch using either GitHub interface or GitHub Desktop App

For developers

Please follow Workflow guide.


There are known maintainers for some modules and parts of the ReactOS:

Once you have created a Pull Request, you may want to communicate with module maintainer for review and merge your code.

See also