This guide will help you contribute to the Android NDK, whether by reporting issue or submitting a patch.
Our bug tracker is hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/android-ndk/ndk/issues.
Note: Bugs against Android Studio or Gradle should be filed at http://b.android.com, not here.
Before filing a bug, check that you are using the latest version of the NDK. The latest stable version and the preview release of the next stable version are listed on our wiki: https://github.com/android-ndk/ndk/wiki#downloads.
While we use GitHub for our bug tracking and documentation, we do not manage our code in GitHub. Like the rest of Android, we are hosted in AOSP. This means that patches are uploaded to and submitted via Gerrit.
Check the OWNERS file for reviewers.
The NDK uses TreeHugger as a presubmit service (think of it as Travis for Gerrit). If you‘re a Googler, TreeHugger will check your change automatically when you upload it. If you’re not a Googler, you'll need to get a Googler to approve the change for you before TreeHugger will run it.