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This is a fork of the Android version of the CMS BPHC app. The app plans to allow users to configure their own Moodle server.
Changelogs are necessary so that the end user knows what changes were brought in each new release. This project maintains changelogs using the Keep a Changelog guidelines.
Version numbers are important in helping to differentiate releases of a product. This project follows Semantic Versioning to keep track of versions.
Android uses a unique integer for each release to the Google Version Code. To ensure proper version code semantics and proper correlation with semantic versioning, the following standard is used:
You can contribute by submitting an issue, or by picking an existing one from the list and sending a PR. Ensure that the branch underlying the PR is up-to-date with latest changes. Contributors must ensure they add any significant changes to the changelog in the same PR itself.
All changes must be made on top of a new branch forked off the
development branch. The
master branch is only updated when a new release is made.
Commit messages should follow common guidelines, such as the ones mentioned here, whenever possible.
Mention keywords such as “Fixes” or “Closes” in commit messages, followed by the issue number, to automatically close corresponding issues. (List of keywords)
The Moodle endpoints used by this app have been collected in a Postman Here. You may import this collection into Postman directly using the link.