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13 Help

A list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) is maintained at

http://asymptote.sourceforge.net/FAQ

Questions on installing and using Asymptote that are not addressed in the FAQ should be sent to the Asymptote forum:

http://sourceforge.net/p/asymptote/discussion/409349

Including an example that illustrates what you are trying to do will help you get useful feedback. LaTeX problems can often be diagnosed with the -vv or -vvv command-line options. Contributions in the form of patches or Asymptote modules can be posted here:

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=685685&group_id=120000

To receive announcements of upcoming releases, please subscribe to Asymptote at

http://freecode.com/projects/asy

If you find a bug in Asymptote, please check (if possible) whether the bug is still present in the latest Subversion developmental code (see section Subversion (SVN)) before submitting a bug report. New bugs can be submitted using the Bug Tracking System at

http://sourceforge.net/projects/asymptote

To see if the bug has already been fixed, check bugs with Status Closed and recent lines in

http://asymptote.sourceforge.net/ChangeLog

Asymptote can be configured with the optional GNU library libsigsegv, available from http://libsigsegv.sourceforge.net, which allows one to distinguish user-generated Asymptote stack overflows (see stack overflow) from true segmentation faults (due to internal C++ programming errors; please submit the Asymptote code that generates such segmentation faults along with your bug report).


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