Bug Reports

Please submit bug reports and feature requests at our issue tracker at GitHub. We’ll be happy to take a look!

When submitting a bug report, you can help us fix the issue quicker by submitting a minimal, standalone, reproducible and complete example code and error information. This has several advantages:

  • Minimal: the bug report contains the smallest possible snippet of code that triggers the bug. This makes it easier and faster to understand the cause of the bug.
  • Standalone: the error report does not require any external dependencies, and the code can be run directly (modulo imports, unless relevant to the bug).
  • Reproducible: the bug should be reproducible between different runs if possible.
  • Complete: the error report should contain all the relevant information. For example, if there is a compilation error or a stack trace associated with compiling or running the relevant code snippet, please include it. Please include the Scala, JVM and OS version, as well.

And feel free to submit a patch yourself! :)

Pull Requests

Feeling like contributing with some code? Coroutines source code is available at GitHub. Simply fork us and submit a pull request – we will review it and merge your changes in. Make sure to read the contributor’s guide first!


Available here.