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       bashbug [address]


       bashbug  is  a  shell  script to help the user compose and
       mail bug reports concerning bash  in  a  standard  format.
       bashbug  invokes  the  editor specified by the environment
       variable EDITOR on a temporary copy of the bug report for­
       mat  outline. The user must fill in the appropriate fields
       and exit the editor.  bashbug  then  mails  the  completed
       report  to  bug-bash@gnu.org,  or  address.  If the report
       cannot be mailed, it is saved in the file dead.bashbug  in
       the invoking user's home directory.

       The  bug  report  format  outline consists of several sec­
       tions.  The first section provides information  about  the
       machine,  operating system, the bash version, and the com­
       pilation environment.  The second section should be filled
       in  with  a  description  of  the  bug.  The third section
       should be a description of how to reproduce the bug.   The
       optional  fourth section is for a proposed fix.  Fixes are


       bashbug will utilize the following  environment  variables
       if they exist:

       EDITOR Specifies  the  preferred  editor. If EDITOR is not
              set, bashbug defaults to emacs.

       HOME   Directory in which the failed bug report  is  saved
              if the mail fails.

GNU                        1998 July 30                BASHBUG(1)
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