Contributing to the Less source

Once you've become more accustomed to working with Less, you might feel a desire to contribute something back to the project. After all, the project owners spent countless hours developing the library, so any help is always welcome.

There are two ways you can help with contributing to the project: submitting feature requests and creating pull requests. Before we look at them, there is a small bit of work that is worth completing first, that is, install Node.js and Grunt.

Getting prepared

If you spend any time in developing code submissions for Less, then it is essential to install two tools; these are key to the whole development process for Less:

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