Before you report a bug
Before you report a bug, please, read the following instructions:
- If doubt exists whether the behaviour in question is a bug or a feature, please post a message to the firstname.lastname@example.org list for clarification.
- To help eliminate duplicate or invalid bug reports, please take a quick look at bugs in JIRA to see whether the bug has been already reported and/or fixed. You can also download the latest code and check if you can reproduce the bug.
- Report bugs against the newest release.
We strongly encourage you to write patches for problems you find and attach them to your JIRA issue. Being specific in the description of your bug report, and providing enough information to reproduce the bug will improve the likelihood that bugs, adding enhancements, and addressing outstanding design issues, we need your active participation in the ongoing development of Xalan Java.
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Report a bug
After reading the instructions above, click here to submit a bug report using JIRA.
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