ParaView Visualizer is meant to be an Open Source application for 3D
The following guide explain our software process and tools use to
build and develop this framework.
We rely on Semantic-release to manage our change log, tagging and publishing
to NPM via Travis.
In order to maintain that process each commit message should follow a specific
formatting. To ensure that formating, we use Commitizen which can be triggered
via the following command line. Additional information can be found
$ git cz
Then a set of questions will be presented to you like the following ones:
$ git cz Line 1 will be cropped at 100 characters. All other lines will be wrapped after 100 characters. ? Select the type of change that you're committing: (Use arrow keys) feat: A new feature fix: A bug fix docs: Documentation only changes ❯ style: Changes that do not affect the meaning of the code (white-space, formatting, missing semi-colons, etc) refactor: A code change that neither fixes a bug or adds a feature perf: A code change that improves performance (Move up and down to reveal more choices) ? Denote the scope of this change ($location, $browser, $compile, etc.): ESLint ? Write a short, imperative tense description of the change: Update code formatting to comply with our ESLint specification ? Provide a longer description of the change: ? List any breaking changes or issues closed by this change:
Will generate the following commit message:
commit 1a31ecfcc2f6f4283e51187a24ce0e9d9c17ae54 Author: Sebastien Jourdain <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon Dec 21 09:29:21 2015 -0700 style(ESLint): Update code formatting to comply with our ESLint specification
Then installing new plugin should start with:
Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + p Install
With GitGutter, you can see which lines have been added, deleted or modified in the gutter.
This plugin adds proper syntax highlighting to your ES6/2015 and React JSX code.
Once installed, to use JSFormat, go to your JS file and hit Ctrl + Alt + f on
Windows/Linux or Ctrl + ⌥ + f on Mac. Alternatively, use the context menu.
$ npm install -g eslint