[pypy-dev] Finite automata

Armin Rigo arigo at tunes.org
Tue Mar 20 00:59:16 CET 2012

Hi Alexander,

On Sat, Mar 17, 2012 at 22:17, Alexander Sedov <alex0player at gmail.com> wrote:
> If I was given a permission to commit, I won't be fooling around with
> these patches. Actually, I was, but on SVN. I even wrote big part of
> mcronumpy. (Now all my code is gone, of course). If you add me to
> developers, it'd be wonderful.

The easiest way for a newcomer to contribute code is to go to
https://bitbucket.org/ , create yourself an account, and then ask
bitbucket to clone the pypy repository (click on "fork" on the page
https://bitbucket.org/pypy/pypy ).  This way, you get your own copy of
the repository.  Then use Mercurial as usual to check in and push
changes to the clone (hg clone https://bitbucket.org/YOURNAME/pypy ;
hg ci ; hg push ).  This lets us view what you are doing, and comment
on it, and later merge it to the main repository.  (Mercurial is
better than Subversion in that it is very easy to merge back two
repositories.)  If this is successful we can later add you as a
committer directly to the main repository, but we'd like to see and
review some code first.

A bientôt,


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