You are reading the documentation for MMClassification 0.x, which will soon be deprecated at the end of 2022. We recommend you upgrade to MMClassification 1.0 to enjoy fruitful new features and better performance brought by OpenMMLab 2.0. Check the installation tutorial, migration tutorial and changelog for more details.
Contributing to OpenMMLab¶
All kinds of contributions are welcome, including but not limited to the following.
Fix typo or bugs
Add documentation or translate the documentation into other languages
Add new features and components
fork and pull the latest OpenMMLab repository (MMClassification)
checkout a new branch (do not use master branch for PRs)
commit your changes
create a PR
If you plan to add some new features that involve large changes, it is encouraged to open an issue for discussion first.
We adopt PEP8 as the preferred code style.
We use the following tools for linting and formatting:
flake8: A wrapper around some linter tools.
isort: A Python utility to sort imports.
yapf: A formatter for Python files.
codespell: A Python utility to fix common misspellings in text files.
mdformat: Mdformat is an opinionated Markdown formatter that can be used to enforce a consistent style in Markdown files.
docformatter: A formatter to format docstring.
Style configurations can be found in setup.cfg.
We use pre-commit hook that checks and formats for
requirments.txt automatically on every commit.
The config for a pre-commit hook is stored in .pre-commit-config.
After you clone the repository, you will need to install initialize pre-commit hook.
pip install -U pre-commit
From the repository folder
After this on every commit check code linters and formatter will be enforced.
Before you create a PR, make sure that your code lints and is formatted by yapf.
C++ and CUDA¶
We follow the Google C++ Style Guide.