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Bugreport is a command line tool that is commonly used in software development and quality assurance processes. It is designed to collect and export detailed information about software bugs or issues encountered by users or testers.

This tool gathers a wide range of data related to the software's environment and state at the time the bug occurred. It typically collects information such as system logs, crash reports, error codes, and stack traces.

Bugreport is widely used by developers and testers to diagnose and troubleshoot issues reported by users. It provides a comprehensive snapshot of the software's execution context, making it easier to identify the cause of the bug.

The collected information is often exported in a readable and shareable format, such as a text file or HTML report. This allows developers and quality assurance teams to analyze the bug and perform further investigations.

Bugreport tools often incorporate features like capturing screenshots, recording user actions, and collecting application-specific logs. These additional functionalities help paint a clearer picture of the bug and aid in its reproduction and resolution.

Bugreport tools can be integrated into bug tracking systems or used as standalone utilities. They are essential in the software development lifecycle, enabling efficient bug reporting, debugging, and error resolution.

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