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# Contributing

I love pull requests from everyone! By the way, I have a favor to ask you with your contribution :bow:

## Reporting issue

- Please write your ...
  - platform (macOS, Linux, Windows, ...)
  - Ruby version
  - Terraforming version
  - Terraform version (if `terraform plan` failed)
  - executed command and error message (if any)

## Making changes

- Currently, this gem supports only __AWS__ resources. Other providers are supported as separated gems.
  - Datadog: [terraforming-datadog](https://github.com/dtan4/terraforming-datadog)
  - DNSimple: [terraforming-dnsimple](https://github.com/dtan4/terraforming-dnsimple)
- Do not bump gem version in your pull request.
- Please follow the coding style of _existing_ code. Most of trivial rules can be checked by [RuboCop](https://github.com/bbatsov/rubocop) ([`rubocop.yml`](https://github.com/dtan4/terraforming/blob/master/.rubocop.yml)).
  - Coding style is checked automatically by [SideCI](https://sideci.com) right after creating pull request. If there is error, SideCI comments at the point error occured.
- Please write tests for your changes. All tests are written with [RSpec](http://rspec.info/).

## Adding new resource

- Class name must match to Terraforming's resource name without `aws_` prefix, and be a complete resource name.
  - e.g. `aws_iam_group_membership`: `IAMGroupMembership`
  - Yes, I know that some of resources I added a long ago don't follow to this rule...
- File name must also match to Terraforming's resource name without `aws_` prefix.
  - e.g. `aws_iam_group_membership`: `iam_group_membership.rb`
- Command name should be abbreviation.
  - e.g. `aws_iam_group_membership`: `iamgp`
- Please check generation result by executing `terraform plan` with real resources. There should be NO diff with generated `.tf` and `.tfstate`.

`script/generate` generates new resource code / test skeletons.

$ script/generate ec2
==> Generate ec2.rb
==> Generate ec2_spec.rb
==> Generate ec2.erb

Add below code by hand.


    require "terraforming/resource/ec2"


    module Terraforming
      class CLI < Thor

        # Subcommand name should be acronym.
        desc "ec2", "Ec2"
        def ec2
          execute(Terraforming::Resource::Ec2, options)


module Terraforming
  describe CLI do
    context "resources" do
    describe "ec2" do
        let(:klass)   { Terraforming::Resource::Ec2
        let(:command) { :ec2 }

        it_behaves_like "CLI examples"