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Reporting Bugs

If you find a bug in Calc, send e-mail to Dave Gillespie,

daveg@synaptics.com           or

While I cannot guarantee that I will have time to work on your bug, I do try to fix bugs quickly whenever I can.

You can obtain a current version of Calc from anonymous FTP on `csvax.cs.caltech.edu' in `pub/calc-version.tar.Z'. Calc is also available on the GNU machine, `prep.ai.mit.edu'. Patches are posted to the `comp.sources.misc' Usenet group, and are also available on csvax.

There is an automatic M-x report-calc-bug command which helps you to report bugs. This command prompts you for a brief subject line, then leaves you in a mail editing buffer. Type C-c C-c to send your mail. Make sure your subject line indicates that you are reporting a Calc bug; this command sends mail to my regular mailbox.

If you have suggestions for additional features for Calc, I would love to hear them. Some have dared to suggest that Calc is already top-heavy with features; I really don't see what they're talking about, so, if you have ideas, send them right in. (I may even have time to implement them!)

At the front of the source file, `calc.el', is a list of ideas for future work which I have not had time to do. If any enthusiastic souls wish to take it upon themselves to work on these, I would be delighted. Please let me know if you plan to contribute to Calc so I can coordinate your efforts with mine and those of others. I will do my best to help you in whatever way I can.

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