Before reporting a bug, please check if it is already known about.
Indeed, it may already have been fixed in a later release of
ergoemacs-mode, or in the development version. Here is the issues
If you are able to, try the latest
ergoemacs-mode to see if the
problem has already been fixed.
To report a bug please be sure your issue is
An easy way to do that is to get a clean environment to see if you can
reproduce the error. If you can load ergoemacs, then this can be
accomplished by Alt+a
Otherwise, this can be accomplished by
Then in the
*scratch* buffer adding
(setq debug-on-error t) ; Activate debugging (add-to-list 'load-path "/path/to/ergoemacs/") (require 'ergoemacs-mode) (setq ergoemacs-debug t) (setq ergoemacs-keyboard-layout "us") ; Layout you use. (setq ergoemacs-theme nil) ; For standard theme. (ergoemacs-mode 1)
Then type Alt+x
See if you can reproduce the bug from this empty environment. If you
can reproduce the bug this way, that rules out bugs in your personal
customizations. Then your bug report should begin by stating that you
started Emacs with
emacs -Q, followed by the exact sequence of steps
for reproducing the bug. If possible, inform us of the exact contents
of any file that is needed to reproduce the bug.
When you hit an error, a
*Backtrace* buffer will appear on the
screen. Save this buffer to a file and attach it to your bug report.
Please report documentation bug too.