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Be sure to include at least the following information:
- Distribution name and version (For example, "DBIx-SearchBuilder-0.46")
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Other things that are often helpful:
- Details about your operating environment that might be related to the issue being described
- Exact cut and pasted error or warning messages
- The shortest, clearest code you can manage to write which reproduces the bug described.
- A patch against the latest released version of this distribution which fixes this bug.