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Peter Amstutz, 05/10/2018 02:11 PM

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h1. Hacking Arvados
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Setting up your development environment:
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* [[Arvbox]] uses docker containers to bring up a mini development cluster
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* [[Hacking prerequisites]]: everything you need to run the test suite locally (manual configuration, not needed for Arvbox)
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* [[Running tests]] for all components, like the "Jenkins server":https://ci.curoverse.com does
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* [[Arvswitch]] provides some shell functions that make it easy to switch between different Arvados instances
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Development processes:
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* [[Coding Standards]]
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* [[Emacs and Go]]
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* [[Updating dependencies]]
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* [[Copyright and licenses]]
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Learning about technologies:
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* [[Go#Learning Go]]
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Working on Arvados components:
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* [[Hacking API server]]
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* [[Hacking Keep]]
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* [[Hacking Workbench]]
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* [[Hacking SDKs]]
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* [[Hacking Python SDK]]
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* [[Hacking Ruby SDK]]
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* [[Hacking Node Manager]]
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* [[Hacking Websocket server]]
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* [[Arvados-cwl-runner development]]
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Running the very latest code:
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* [[Upgrading to master]]