Zircon is under active development and at this time Zircon is not seeking major changes or new features from new contributors. However, small bugfixes are encouraged.
Here are some general guidelines for patches to Zircon.
Follow the process for Fuchsia patches outlined in Contribute changes.
Patches are handled through Gerrit Code Review.
Additionally, make sure Zircon is buildable for all major targets (x86-64, arm64) at every change. Use
fx multi bringup-cq so that Zircon is buildable. See Building Zircon for all targets for more information.
Avoid breaking the unit tests. Boot Zircon and run the tests to verify that they're all passing.
Avoid whitespace or style changes. Especially do not mix style changes with patches that do other things as the style changes are a distraction. Use
fx format-code to format the code with the consistent style.
Avoid changes that touch multiple modules at once if possible. Most changes should be to a single library, driver, app, etc.
Writing documentation is a great idea and is encouraged:
When editing or adding
cmdlines, update these documents:
cmdlineoptions in /docs/reference/kernel/kernel_cmdline.md.
You can create a deprecated
typedef and have the constant definition cast to that type. The warning or error that is generated includes the name of the deprecated
typedef int ZX_RESUME_NOT_HANDLED_DEPRECATION __attribute__((deprecated)); #define ZX_RESUME_NOT_HANDLED ((ZX_RESUME_NOT_HANDLED_DEPRECATION)(2))