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 12.2 Reporting bugs
 If you think you have discovered a bug in libtool, you should think
 twice: the libtool maintainer is notorious for passing the buck (or
 maybe that should be "passing the bug").  Libtool was invented to fix
 known deficiencies in shared library implementations, so, in a way, most
 of the bugs in libtool are actually bugs in other operating systems.
 However, the libtool maintainer would definitely be happy to add support
 for somebody else's buggy operating system.  [I wish there was a good
 way to do winking smiley-faces in Texinfo.]
    Genuine bugs in libtool include problems with shell script
 portability, documentation errors, and failures in the test suite
 ( Libtool test suite).
    First, check the documentation and help screens to make sure that the
 behaviour you think is a problem is not already mentioned as a feature.
    Then, you should read the Emacs guide to reporting bugs (
 Reporting Bugs (emacs)Bugs.).  Some of the details listed there are
 specific to Emacs, but the principle behind them is a general one.
    Finally, send a bug report to the libtool bug reporting address
 <> with any appropriate _facts_, such as test suite
 output ( When tests fail), all the details needed to reproduce
 the bug, and a brief description of why you think the behaviour is a
 bug.  Be sure to include the word "libtool" in the subject line, as
 well as the version number you are using (which can be found by typing
 `libtool --version').
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