How to contribute to Rubicon

If you experience problems with Rubicon, log them on GitHub. If you want to contribute code, please fork the code and submit a pull request.

Set up your development environment

The recommended way of setting up your development environment for Rubicon is to install a virtual environment, install the required dependencies and start coding:

$ python3 -m venv venv
$ source venv/bin/
$ git clone
$ cd rubicon-objc
$ pip install -e .

In order to test the capabilities of Rubicon, the test suite contains an Objective-C library with some known classes. To run the test suite, you’ll need to compile this library:

$ make

This will produce tests/objc/librubiconharness.dylib.

In order for Rubicon to find this file, it will need to be on your dynamic library path. You can set this by setting an environment variable:

$ export DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=$(pwd)/tests/objc

You can then run the test suite:

$ python test

Now you are ready to start hacking on Rubicon. Have fun!