The following is a set of guidelines for contributing to Sprout Plugins and its first party integrations, which are hosted in the Barrel Strength organization on GitHub.
Please report security disclosures via the steps outlined on our Security page.
Bug Reports & Feature Requests
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Issues are labeled with the following tags:
bug- issue does not work as expected
c2- issue relates to a Craft 2 version of Sprout
c3- issue relates to a Craft 3 version of Sprout
cX- issue will be considered for a future version of Craft
duplicate- issue is addressed by another issue
expected behavior- issue described currently behaves as it is intended
feature- a new feature that doesn't currently exist in Sprout
invalid- issue appears to be a misunderstanding
need more info- issue requires additional information before it gets a better label
not planned- issue has been reviewed and will not be included in Sprout
question- issue needs clarification
waiting on- issue is waiting on a response before it can move forward
If no one has filed the issue yet, submit a new one. Please include a clear description of the issue, and as much relevant information as possible, including a code sample demonstrating the the issue.
Sprout's documentation for all plugins lives within the barrelstrength/sprout-docs repo. Improvements or corrections to the docs can be submitted as a pull request.
Small edits can be made via the browser and Github's edit tools. To preview any significant documentation changes before committing them, you can review your changes locally. The documentation is powered by VuePress. Clone the documentation repository, go to the
docs/ folder within your terminal, and run these commands:
# Install npm dependencies npm install # Build + run the VuePress dev server npm run docs:dev
Once the VuePress dev server is up and running, you’ll be able to view the docs at
http://localhost:8000/docs. Changes you make to the .md files within
docs/ will automatically trigger a live reload of the pages in the browser.
If you would like to work on a new core feature or improvement, first create a Github issue for it if there’s not one already. As much as we appreciate community contributions, we are selective about which sorts of features should make it into Sprout itself rather than a plugin, so don’t take it the wrong way if we advise you to pursue the idea as a plugin instead.
Please ask first before embarking on any significant pull request (e.g. implementing features, refactoring code, porting to a different language), otherwise you risk spending a lot of time working on something that the project's developers might not want to merge into the project.
Pull requests should clearly describe the problem and solution and provide a step-by-step explanation of how to test, if possible. Include the relevant issue number if there is one.