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apsfilter-bug — create a half-automatic bug report for apsfilter






With the apsfilter-bug script you can automatically create a bug report for apsfilter(1). A
template report file is created which you can edit with your favourite editor ( emacs(1) by
default, or whatever is entered in the environment variable EDITOR ).

You will see a couple of lines starting with '#'; these lines will be removed before the
report is sent. So if you want to use the '#' character at the beginning of a line, just
indent it with a space.

A very important piece of the bug report is the debugging log created by aps2file(1),
probably with a command like
aps2file -D -o /dev/null [-P...] [-Z...] [input] 2> log.txt
Unless you don't even have a chance to create a debugging log, it is crucial for serious bug

After you have filled in as much (useful) information as possible, you must save the file
under its original name, then exit your editor.

If you invoked apsfilter-bug by accident, or if you need some additional system information
to include into the bug report, just exit your editor without saving the file.


In addition to the stuff you've edited, some more information is appended to the bug report

apsfilter version 7.2.6-stable
ghostscript version (from 'gs --version')
system id (from 'uname -a')
configure options --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --mandir=/usr/share/man --with-
awk=/usr/bin/awk --with-sendmail=/usr/sbin/sendmail
shell executable /bin/bash
awk executable /usr/bin/awk
sendmail executable /usr/sbin/sendmail

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