Issues and Help

Bugs / Feature Requests

If you think you’ve found a bug or want to see a new feature in critter, please open an issue on github. Please provide as much information as possible (including version numbers) about the issue type and how to reproduce it. Ideally, if you can create a reproducer for the issue at hand, that would be even more helpful. To help with this, please take a look at the reproducer project. This will help you set up a quick environment for reproducing your issue and providing a working example to examine. This project can either be shared via a github repo on your account or perhaps attaching a zip of the project to the associated issue.

Pull Requests

We are happy to accept contributions to help improve critter. We will guide user contributions to ensure they meet the standards of the codebase. Please ensure that any pull requests include documentation and tests.

To get started check out the source and work on a branch:

$ git clone
$ cd critter
$ git checkout -b myNewFeature