Gammu is written in C and Wammu in Python, so you will need knowledge of one of these languages to contribute code directly to the project. You will probably use some parts of developer documentation to understand the code. If you want to know what is planned to happen in Gammu and Wammu, please check the roadmap.
We currently use Git as a version control system. It allows you create own local branch, develop the code and then submit us patches or merge request for the changes.
The Git repositories are being hosted on Github service, in the Gammu project. You can browse the code on their site or just clone the repository and investigate it locally. To clone Wammu and Gammu sources, use following commands:
# For Wammu sources: git clone git://github.com/gammu/wammu.git # For Gammu sources: git clone git://github.com/gammu/gammu.git # For python-gammu sources: git clone git://github.com/gammu/python-gammu.git # For Wammu website: git clone git://github.com/gammu/website.git
Alternatively (if your firewall blocks git protocol), you can access
repositories over https, just replace
Instructions for building and installing are included in file
INSTALL in both Gammu and Wammu. For compiling Gammu you need to
If you for some reason do not want to use version control system, you can always download fresh snapshots of current code from GitHub.
We really do not care much about the way you deliver us patches. However the
easiest thing is you use
git format-patch, which allows us to
easily include your changes. If you do not use git, any unified diff will
serve it's purpose also very well. You can send patches to mailing lists or to the bug tracker.
Gammu comes with quite comprehensive testsuite, which is being run continuosly using Travis.