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How to Contribute to CppCMS Project

Support CppCMS

I like this project, I want to make the world greener

How can I help?

Basic Help

First of all the CppCMS project would be glad to receive any help. There is still a lot of work to do, and any help would be appreciated.

I would strongly recommend you join the cppcms-users mailing list. This allows the CppCMS community to communicate with each other, and allows you to get the latest updates and see the recent developments.

The most basic and most important help you can provide is to work with CppCMS and build applications. If you find issues report them. It's very important to receive feedback from the community to be able to create a high quality framework.

There are many other areas you can help that are not directly related to coding: translate software and documentation, provide examples etc.

Donations

The CppCMS project can receive donations via SourceForge's donation system.

If you are willing to donate, please follow this link:

https://sourceforge.net/donate/index.php?group_id=209965

Financial support would help the project developers spend more time on the project and create a better product.

Promotion

Are you using CppCMS?

Spread the word, let the world know about you and add yourself to the who uses CppCMS page.

Contributing code

If you decide that you'd like to contribute to the code, the first thing I would recommend is to read the coding standards document. This will help you understand what you should and shouldn't do.

Please do not forget this section about copyrights policy.

Next step, write patches and send them to me, I would review them and if everything ok I would integrate them to the CppCMS source tree.

If you want to become a project member, send me some information about yourself, open a SourceForge account, and after several significant patches I would be glad to provide you write SVN access.

In any case, feel free to write me on the CppCMS mailing list or directly to artyomtnk AT yahoo DOT com.

Hi. I have some suggestions: 1)For the tutorial, put all codes which are supposed to appear together in one cpp file or header file together at the end of the tutorial and make sure that line numbers do not start from 1. 2. 3. again in each section of tutorial. Currently, it is not clear where a function or a file begins and ends because there are broken pieces of codes and all being with 1. 2. 3. 2)I am not familiar with web programing. I think people like me prefer to use cpp files to wrap html codes or probably there are good html "designer", like GUI designers, that produces the code and I can copy-paste for the "view" in CMV.


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