Wanna contribute to Patroni? Yay - here is how!
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Requirements for running behave tests:
PostgreSQL packages need to be installed.
PostgreSQL binaries must be available in your
PATH. You may need to add them to the path with something like
PATH=/usr/lib/postgresql/11/bin:$PATH python -m behave.
If you’d like to test with external DCSs (e.g., Etcd, Consul, and Zookeeper) you’ll need the packages installed and respective services running and accepting unencrypted/unprotected connections on localhost and default port. In the case of Etcd or Consul, the behave test suite could start them up if binaries are available in the
# You may want to use Virtualenv or specify pip3. pip install -r requirements.txt pip install -r requirements.dev.txt
After you have all dependencies installed, you can run the various test suites:
# You may want to use Virtualenv or specify python3. # Run flake8 to check syntax and formatting: python setup.py flake8 # Run the pytest suite in tests/: python setup.py test # Run the behave (https://behave.readthedocs.io/en/latest/) test suite in features/; # modify DCS as desired (raft has no dependencies so is the easiest to start with): DCS=raft python -m behave
If you have a question about patroni or have a problem using it, please read the README before filing an issue. Also double check with the current issues on our Issues Tracker .
Contributing a pull request
Submit a comment to the relevant issue or create a new issue describing your proposed change.
Do a fork, develop and test your code changes.
Submit a pull request.
You’ll get feedback about your pull request as soon as possible.
Happy Patroni hacking ;-)