M-x report-emacs-bugfrom inside Emacs. This helps you construct a mail with useful information about your Emacs session, and send it to the right address. If you cannot send mail from Emacs for some reason, you can send your report to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions are moderated, so there may be a delay before your report appears.
For more information, please read the section Reporting Bugs in the Emacs manual. You do not need to know the details of how this bug tracker works in order to report bugs, but if you want to, you can read more about this tracker.
Bug reports are sent to the bug-gnu-emacs mailing list. Please try and search the list archives before posting to see if someone has already posted your issue.
If you want to send a copy of your initial report to someone else, please use an X-Debbugs-CC header rather than plain CC, as explained in more detail here.
If a report is closed and receives no more mail for one month, it is archived. Before you can send more mail to it, you must send the command "unarchive 123" in the body of a message to the control server address.
Emacs developers can read more about how to use this tracker in the
admin/notes/bugtracker in the Emacs
|cc-mode||bug-cc-mode AT gnu.org|
|gnus||bugs AT gnus.org|
|org-mode||emacs-orgmode AT gnu.org|
The following pseudo-packages also exist, but their use in new reports is discouraged (e.g., it make merging harder). It is better to simply put an equivalent string in the subject.
|ns||Emacs issues specific to the Nextstep port|
|w32||Emacs issues specific to the MS-Windows port|
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