Tcpreplay is authored by Aaron Turner(@synfinatic). In 2013 Fred Klassen (@fklassen), Co-founder and VP Advanced Technology, AppNeta Inc. added performance features and enhancements, and ultimately took over the maintenance of Tcpreplay. For more information see the history of Tcpreplay.
The source code repository has moved to GitHub. You can get a working copy of the repository by installing git and executing:
git clone email@example.com:appneta/tcpreplay.git
How To Contribute
It’s easy. Basically you…
You will find that you will not be able to contribute to the Tcpreplay project directly if you use clone the appneta/tcpreplay repo. If you believe that you may someday contribute to the repository, GitHub provides an innovative approach. Forking the @appneta/tcpreplay repository allows you to work on your own copy of the repository and submit code changes without first asking permission from the authors. Forking is also considered to be a compliment so fork away:
- if you haven’t already done so, get yourself a free GitHub ID and visit @appneta/tcpreplay
- click the Fork button to get your own private copy of the repository
- on your build system clone your private repository:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:<your ID>/tcpreplay.git
- we like to keep the master branch available for projection ready code so we recommend that you make a branch for each feature or bug fix
- when you are happy with your work, push it to your GitHub repository
- on your GitHub repository select your new branch and submit a Pull Request to master
- optionally monitor the status of your submission here
We will review and possibly discuss the changes with you through GitHub services. If we accept the submission, it will instantly be applied to the production master branch.
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