cURL Docs Bug Report
How, Why, And Where to Report Bugs
Of course there are bugs in curl and libcurl. Some are known, but most of them remain unknown to us until you let us know. We depend on bug reports from the users to find the problems. We are not likely to be able to fix bugs if we don't get to know about their existance first. Bugs tend to get fixed within a short while after we've been notified (at least when we agree about it being a bug and not a feature)!
Some bugs are known to already exist. We try to keep track of them on a separate KNOWN_BUGS document.
How To Report
If you can't fix a bug yourself, file an as detailed a report as possible in the bug tracking system or mail it to a suitable mailing list. Bugs in or improvements to libcurl are best posted to the curl-library list, while bugs in or with the curl tool can be posted to the curl-users list.
If you opt to use one of the mailing lists, notice that you need to be subscribed first to get the mail through to the list!
What To Report
When reporting a bug, try to include information that will help us understand what's wrong, what's expected to happen and how to repeat it. You should supply:
Bugs in libcurl bindings
There will of course pop up bugs in libcurl bindings. Try to report those bugs in the correct forum. Here's a collection of links and advice for you!
If you experience problems with the curl module in PHP, and they don't seem to happen with libcurl or curl in other situations, please file the report in the PHP bug tracker. Make sure it's marked as 'cURL related'.
Python -- PycURL
Rexx -- Rexxcurl
Tcl -- Tclcurl
Send a very detailed description to Andres Garcia.
Cocoa -- Curlhandle
Page updated April 20, 2009.
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