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Development and Contributing


To make an improvement, add a new feature or anything else, please open a issue first.

Good first issues are the issues that you can quickly solve, we recommend you take a look. Good first issue

Fork Repository

fork the unimport.

Clone Repository

$ git clone<USERNAME>/unimport.git
$ cd unimport

Setup Branch

git checkout -b i{your issue number}

How to Update My Local Repository

$ git remote add upstream
$ git fetch upstream # or git fetch --all
$ git rebase upstream/main


Firstly make sure you have py3.6, py3.7, py3.8, py3.9 and py3.10 python versions installed on your system.

After typing your codes, you should run the tests by typing the following command.

$ python3.10 -m pip install tox
$ tox

If all tests pass.

The final step

After adding a new feature or fixing a bug please report your change to and write your name, GitHub address, and email in the file in alphabetical order.

Changelog Guide
## [Unreleased] - ././2021

- [{Use the emoji below that suits you.} {Explain the change.} @{Add who solved the issue.}]({Add PR link})

{You can provide more details or examples if you wish.}
Commit Messages

If you want, you can use the emoji about the commit message you will throw, this can help us better understand the change you have made and also it is fun.

  • When you make any support commit; πŸ’ͺ
  • When you make any tests commit; πŸ§ͺ
  • When you make any fix commit; 🐞
  • When you make any optimization commit; πŸ’Š
  • When you make any new feature commit; πŸ”₯
  • When you make any drop or delete existing feature; πŸ‘Ž


Unimport is MIT licensed, as found in the LICENSE file.

Last update: July 29, 2022
Created: July 29, 2022