Welcome to the Crew.
Apart from looking into JIRA's, I would also suggest you to debug the existing test classes . This will show you the flow of a drill plan in execution.
Here is a cool post by Tim on the lifetime of Drill Query which will be helpful while debugging the flow:
Also you can have a look into how Drill Functions work and you can add in some new Drill Functions. Drill Functions are pretty simple to understand and there are lot of examples implemented.
This is how a sample Drill Func. looks like:
I had a small post on contributing to MathFunctions which might be helpful:
Good luck Drilling.
From: Rohit [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2013 2:50 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: How to contribute ?
I've configured Drill for Dev on my machine. However, I'm still not clear how should i start contributing to it.
I've gone through Jira issues. Being a newbie to this project i think it would be best to start over with fixing test cases or add new test cases or trivial bugs. This will help me in acquainting with Drill code. However, I couldn't find any issues like this. (Jira issues - test.)
Please let me know how should i start.
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