How to report potential bugs

Report potential bugs to the development team and community.

This is a place to report potential bugs in the PyFR codebase, please follow standard expectation when reporting. A good bug report, which is complete and self-contained, enables us to fix the bug.

Before submitting a bug report try using the latest version of PyFR, the bug may have been fixed in a more recent version of the code.

Failing that please try and abide by the following guidelines:

  • Provide details of the nature of the bugs you are experiencing.
  • If you are running a modified version of PyFR, please provide a git diff patch from your code to the most recent develop branch commit.
  • If applicable, please provide the .ini, .pyfrm, and .pyfrs files, depending on the issue. If providing a solution or mesh file, links to externally hosted files are preferred, and please try to provide the smallest case that reproduces the issue.
  • Please give details of the OS and system you are running on.
  • Include which version of python you are using and along with which compiler.
  • If you’re using a non-CPU backend, give details of the CUDA or openCL version you’re using.