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= Issues is the best place to report bugs,
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== Bugs in related projects
unicorn is sometimes affected by bugs in its dependencies. Bugs
triggered by unicorn in mainline Ruby, rack, GNU C library (glibc),
or the Linux kernel will be reported upstream and fixed.
For bugs in Ruby itself, we may forward bugs to and discuss+fix them on the ruby-core
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Uncommon bugs we encounter in the Linux kernel should be Cc:-ed to the
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Likewise for any rare glibc bugs we might encounter, we should Cc:
Keep in mind glibc upstream does use Bugzilla for tracking bugs:
== Submitting Patches
See the HACKING document (and additionally, the
document distributed with git) on guidelines for patch submission.
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