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|What is a bug?|
That is not so easy to define, but roughly these are bugs:
Non-experienced users are often surprised by how Prolog behaves. In the vast majority of cases this is not a bug. Use the forum/mailing list or stackoverflow to find answers.
Typically, a report must include the parts below to be meaningful. This is just a guideline, but if any of these parts are missing it is very likely that your report will not be answered at all or by additional questions.
Small programs are better, but it isn't always worthwhile to spend effort in creating a small program. If the program is big, do not include it in the first message, but merely describe that it is available and what it would take to obtain and run it.
There is a Debian bug tracker which informs the Debian maintainer.
Please report it using our issue tracker. Notice that each package has a separate issues tracker, e.g., the issue tracker of the HTTP package, or the issue tracker of the SSL package.
Alternatively you can add a post to the forum, preferably using the bug tag.
Finally, for bug reports containing information you do not want to become public, bugs can be sent by E-mail