CAPE Sandbox source code is available in our official git repository.
Up until version 1.0, we used to coordinate all ongoing development in a dedicated “development” branch and we’ve been exclusively merging pull requests in such branch. Since version 1.1 we moved development to the traditional “master” branch and we make use of GitHub’s tags and release system to reference development milestones in time.
CAPE releases are named using three numbers separated by dots, such as 1.2.3, where the first number is the release, the second number is the major version, and the third number is the bugfix version. The testing stage from git ends with “-beta” and the development stage with “-dev”.
If you are using a “beta” or “dev” stage, please consider that it’s not meant to be an official release, therefore we don’t guarantee its functioning and we don’t generally provide support. If you think you encountered a bug there, make sure that the nature of the problem is not related to your misconfiguration and collect all the details to be notified to our developers. Make sure to specify which exact version you are using, eventually with your current git commit id.
To submit bug reports or feature requests, please use GitHub’s Issue tracking system.
To submit your patch just create a Pull Request from your GitHub fork. If you don’t know how to create a Pull Request take a look at GitHub help.