Before you contact me about any problems with installation or compilation of the program, please read the documentation on the download page. If that doesn't help you resolve the problem, please email and report it to me. I will need to know the OS and version you're using, the name and path of the compiler, the location of the ncurses library and header files, and the errors you're getting. Copy and paste the entire installation process to me including the commands you have typed.
Contact: pcbjunkie AT users.sourceforge.net
Bugs and Crashes
If you experience these, I would like to know about it as soon as possible. Email me your version of the OS, compiler, the error you're getting and what you were doing at the moment of the crash. I would like to get a stack trace of the crashed process if possible. To get it, first locate the core file dump. Then, if you compiled the program with gcc, try running the following:
gdb rhapsody core (where rhapsody is the program executable, and core is the corefile, usually called core).
Otherwise you probably used the compiler that came with your OS such as SUNpro or MIPSpro that come with Solaris and IRIX. In this case try doing the following:
On SunOS / Solaris:
pstack core (where core is the corefile)
gdb rhapsody core (if the freeware gdb package is installed, gdb is usually in /usr/freeware/bin/)
dbx rhapsody core (where rhapsody is the program executable, and core is the corefile, usually called core).
Copy and paste this information and include it in your bug report. It'll greatly simplify my life. Send these to pcbjunkie AT users.sourceforge.net.
General Feedback and Feature Requests
For this use the forums on www.sourceforge.net/projects/rhapsody which will allow me to keep track of such things in the future.