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Bug Reporting

If you think you've spotted a bug in Ruby, you may want to browse the bug database at http://www.ruby-lang.org/cgi-bin/ruby-bugs. You may also want to check to see if a new version of Ruby is available---perhaps the bug you've found has already been fixed.

You can submit a bug report either by using the Web page mentioned above or by sending an e-mail to ruby-bugs@ruby-lang.org.

When reporting a suspected bug, it would be a good idea to include the output of ``ruby -v'' along with any problematic source code. People will also need to know the operating system you're running. If you compiled your own version of Ruby, it might be a good idea to attach your rbconfig.rb file as well.

If you have a problem using irb, be aware of its limitations (see the reference section beginning on page 517). See what happens using just Ruby itself.


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