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4. Check out the latest Bugzilla code from CVS. You can see instructions for how to do this on the [ Bugzilla download page]. You always want to work against the latest CVS code of Bugzilla, not a released version, if you're writing patches that you want us to accept.
5. Write some code. Make sure that you follow the [ Developer's Guide]. If you're new, you don't have to read the whole thing. Just read the [ General Guidelines], the [ Style] section, and any other part that you think applies to the code that you're writing. Make sure that your patch is [[Bugzilla:Simple_Patches|as simple and small as possible]]. And make sure that you [[Bugzilla:Developers:Licensing|license each file correctly]].
6. Test your patch. Make sure it works, and run ./ in the Bugzilla directory. Also use [ the HTML validator] to make sure your code generates valid HTML, if you modified any of Bugzilla's HTML.
* [[Bugzilla:UI_Design]]
* [[Bugzilla:Simple_Patches]]
* [[Bugzilla:Developers:Licensing]]
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