Test2::Manual::Contributing(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Test2::Manual::Contributing(3)

Test2::Manual::Contributing - How to contribute to the Test2 project.

This is a short manual page dedicated to helping people who wish to contribute to the Test2 project.

The easiest way to help is to report bugs when you find them. Bugs are a fact of life when writing or using software. If you use Test2 long enough you are likely to find a bug. When you find such a bug it would help us out if you would submit a ticket.


Always try to find the preferred bug tracker for the module that has the bug. Here are the big 3 for the main Test2 project:


You are welcome to fix bugs you find, or from the tracker. We also often accept patches that add new features or update documentation. The preferred method of submitting patches is a github pull request, that said we also accept patches via email.

Documentation can be flawed just like code can be. Documentation can also become outdated. If you see some incorrect documentation, or documentation that is missing, we would love to get a patch to fix it!

We are always hanging out on <irc://irc.perl.org>, the #perl-qa and #toolchain channels are a good place to find us.

There is also a Test2 slack channel: https://perl-test2.slack.com.

Writing a new tool using Test2 is always a good way to contribute. When you write a tool that you think is useful, it is nice to share it by putting it on CPAN.

The "Test::*" namespace has been around for a long time, and has a LOT of tools. The "Test2::Tools::*" namespace is fairly young, and has less tools. Finding a useful old tool with no modern equivalent, and writing a port is a very good use of your time.

Test2::Manual - Primary index of the manual.

The source code repository for Test2-Manual can be found at https://github.com/Test-More/Test2-Suite/.

Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>

Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>

Copyright 2018 Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>.

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2021-07-27 perl v5.34.0