The repository is the central place where the code that runs FANDOM and related projects is stored. Versions are tracked by the repository and histories are preserved. FANDOM currently hosts its repositories on GitHub using the Git version control system.
Downloading from the repository
- You need to have Git installed. Please see the GitHub's setup page for the appropriate information on getting started.
- Navigate to FANDOM's application repository on GitHub for instructions on how to clone the project repo.
Finding the latest version of the FANDOM codebase
Deployed code is available in the tag view on GitHub. The most recent
release-* branch should be the latest deployable code. The dev branch is the location of incoming changes, that should be released in the next week.
Finding your way around the codebase
If you're looking for a specific extension, see the page for the extension for the path of the active codebase. Extensions maintained on core (at gerrit.wikimedia.org) should be altered there and an upgrade request sent to Special:Contact.