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    NAME
         cvsbug - send problem report (PR) about  CVS  to  a  central
         support site
    
    SYNOPSIS
         cvsbug [ site ] [ -f problem-report ] [ -t mail-address ]
                 [ -P ] [ -L ] [ --request-id ] [ -v ]
    
    DESCRIPTION
         cvsbug is a tool used to submit problem reports (PRs)  to  a
         central  support  site.  In most cases the correct site will
         be the default.  This argument indicates  the  support  site
         which  is  responsible for the category of problem involved.
         Some sites may use a local address as a default. site values
         are defined by using the aliases(5).
    
         cvsbug invokes an editor on a problem report template (after
         trying  to  fill  in  some  fields  with  reasonable default
         values).   When  you  exit  the  editor,  cvsbug  sends  the
         completed  form  to  the  Problem  Report  Management System
         (GNATS) at a central support site.  At the support site, the
         PR  is  assigned  a unique number and is stored in the GNATS
         database according to its category and submitter-id.   GNATS
         automatically  replies  with  an acknowledgement, citing the
         category and the PR number.
    
         To ensure that a PR is handled promptly, it  should  contain
         your   (unique)   submitter-id  and  one  of  the  available
         categories to identify the problem area.  (Use  `cvsbug  -L'
         to see a list of categories.)
    
         The  cvsbug  template  at  your  site  should   already   be
         customized  with  your  submitter-id  (running  `install-sid
         submitter-id' to accomplish this is part of the installation
         procedures  for cvsbug).  If this hasn't been done, see your
         system administrator for your submitter-id, or  request  one
         from your support site by invoking `cvsbug --request-id'. If
         your site does not distinguish between different user sites,
         or  if  you  are  not  affiliated with the support site, use
         `net' for this field.
    
         The more precise  your  problem  description  and  the  more
         complete  your information, the faster your support team can
         solve your problems.
    
    OPTIONS
         -f problem-report
              specify a file (problem-report) which already  contains
              a  complete  problem report.  cvsbug sends the contents
              of the file without invoking the editor.  If the  value
              for  problem-report  is  `-',  then  cvsbug  reads from
              standard input.
    
         -t mail-address
              Change mail address at the  support  site  for  problem
              reports.   The default mail-address is the address used
              for the default site.  Use  the  site  argument  rather
              than this option in nearly all cases.
    
         -P   print the form specified by  the  environment  variable
              PR_FORM  on  standard  output.   If PR_FORM is not set,
              print the standard blank PR template.  No mail is sent.
    
         -L   print the list of available  categories.   No  mail  is
              sent.
    
         --request-id
              sends mail to the default  support  site,  or  site  if
              specified,  with  a  request for your submitter-id.  If
              you are not affiliated with site, use a submitter-id of
              net'.
    
         -v   Display the cvsbug version number.
    
         Note: use cvsbug  to  submit  problem  reports  rather  than
         mailing  them  directly.  Using both the template and cvsbug
         itself will help ensure all necessary information will reach
         the support site.
    
    ENVIRONMENT
         The environment variable  EDITOR  specifies  the  editor  to
         invoke on the template.
         default:  vi
    
         If the environment variable PR_FORM is set, then  its  value
         is  used  as the file name of the template for your problem-
         report editing session.  You can use this to  start  with  a
         partially  completed  form  (for  example,  a  form with the
         identification fields already completed).
    
    HOW TO FILL OUT A PROBLEM REPORT
         Problem reports have to be in a particular form  so  that  a
         program   can  easily  manage  them.   Please  remember  the
         following guidelines:
    
         o  describe only one problem with each problem report.
    
         o  For follow-up mail, use the same subject line as the  one
            in  the automatic acknowledgent. It consists of category,
            PR number and the original synopsis  line.   This  allows
            the  support  site  to  relate several mail messages to a
            particular PR and to record them automatically.
    
         o  Please try to be as accurate as possible in  the  subject
            and/or synopsis line.
    
         o  The subject and the synopsis line are  not  confidential.
            This  is  because open-bugs lists are compiled from them.
            Avoid confidential information there.
    
         See the GNU Info file cvsbug.info or the document  Reporting
         Problems  With  cvsbug for detailed information on reporting
         problems
    
    HOW TO SUBMIT TEST CASES, CODE, ETC.
         Submit small code samples with the PR.  Contact the  support
         site  for  instructions  on submitting larger test cases and
         problematic source code.
    
    FILES
         /tmp/p$$     copy of PR used in editing session
         /tmp/pf$$    copy of empty PR form, for testing purposes
         /tmp/pbad$$  file for rejected PRs
    
    INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
         See INSTALL for installation instructions.
    
    SEE ALSO
         gnats(l), query-pr(1),  edit-pr(1),  gnats(8),  queue-pr(8),
         at-pr(8), mkcat(8), mkdist(8).
    
    AUTHORS
         Jeffrey Osier, Brendan Kehoe, Jason Merrill, Heinz G.  Seidl
         (Cygnus Support)
    
    COPYING
         Copyright (c) 1992, 1993 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
    
         Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies
         of  this  manual  provided  the  copyright  notice  and this
         permission notice are preserved on all copies.
    
         Permission  is  granted  to  copy  and  distribute  modified
         versions  of  this  manual under the conditions for verbatim
         copying, provided that the entire resulting derived work  is
         distributed under the terms of a permission notice identical
         to this one.
    
         Permission is granted to copy and distribute translations of
         this   manual   into   another  language,  under  the  above
         conditions  for  modified   versions,   except   that   this
         permission  notice  may be included in translations approved
         by the Free Software Foundation instead of in  the  original
         English.
    
    
    
    


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