I was asked for the first time to be a reviewer for a journal paper.
If it was a normal paper (proposing a new method, proofing something etc.) I would know how to review it roughly. However, it is a paper about a open source software library and I don't know what is expected of me to review here.
They mostly describe what the library can and cannot do and how it compares to other libraries. Am I supposed to go through the whole code base and test if everything is working, or only if all interesting information are given and nothing is misleading?