perlbrew is open for anyone who are willing to contribute. Here's what you do to get your work released:
- Fork the repository on github
- Add tests so others do not break your feature.
- If it seems pulsable, update
Changestoo. Put a gist of the change in the beginning of the file.
- Send a pull request to @gugod and make an offer that he cannot reject (optional :-)
Notice that the "master" branch is a stable branch, while the "develop" branch is the default target for pull requests. The master branch should only be moved forward on CPAN releases and there should also be a corresponding git tag for each release, which is the part only @gugod has to worry about. It is suggested, but not required, that you create your own topic branch first and work on the feature, this way it makes it a little bit easier when there are conflicts.
Last, DO NOT edit the
./perlbrew file directly, it is a standalone executable
Sincerely, Kang-min Liu, aka @gugod