Nit is a target framework for novel compilation techniques and object-oriented research. Currently, the compiler and others tools are actively developed.
Checklist for the New (Potential) Contributor
Watch and Discuss. Most of the development and the discussion on the language, tools and packages is done on our github repository.
Get the code. The source code of all Nit tools is freely available, see the Download page. If you plan to contribute, it is easier to fork it on Github. To know how to submit a patch, see the links at the end of this page.
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Show your support. Do not forget to star the project. It is always a nice gesture.
Program Things. Try to use Nit. Look at some newcomer tasks, targeted to beginners in Nit.
- The NOTICE file that states authorship and licences.
- The documentation of the source-code (generated with nitdoc).
- The main README of the source-code.