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Have you really found a bug?
If you think you have found a bug in any part of the mspgcc toolchain, the first thing to do is look through the FAQ at this site. A number of bug reports are due to misunderstandings. If a quick scan of the FAQ answers your question, it saves everyone time - including yours.
Send a bug reportIf you can't find the issue you see in the FAQ or the manual, the right place to report the issue is the mspgcc mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can join this mailing list, or look through the message archive, by going to http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=42303.
Remember mspgcc is built upon the standard GNU toolchain. If an internal error occurs many of the programs, you will receive a message telling you to report the problem to an e-mail address at gnu.org. Don't do this for now. When mspgcc is fully merged with the generic GNU toolchain those addresses will be the correct ones for bug reports. Right now reporting problems to those addresses will get you nowhere.
When submitting a bug report make sure you include: