You should include as much relevant information as possible and should at least post a code sample that demonstrates the issue.
It would be even better if you could include a unit test that shows how the expected behavior is not occurring.
The analysis of individual files will be of key importance in many different examinations.
A malicious document may be the initial entry point in a system compromise investigation.
Content identification is the process of determining or verifying what a specific file is.
Metadata extraction is the retrieval of any embedded metadata that may be present in a given file.
You can do this by providing an executable test case.
To make this process easier, we have prepared several bug report templates for you to use as a starting point: Please don't put "feature request" items into Git Hub Issues.
You might get no response, which means that everyone is indifferent.
Even if you don't feel up to writing code or documentation yet, there are a variety of other ways that you can contribute, from reporting issues to testing patches.
As mentioned in Rails README, everyone interacting in Rails and its sub-projects' codebases, issue trackers, chat rooms, and mailing lists is expected to follow the Rails code of conduct.
If there's a new feature that you want to see added to Ruby on Rails, you'll need to write the code yourself - or convince someone else to partner with you to write the code.
Later in this guide, you'll find detailed instructions for proposing a patch to Ruby on Rails.
Creating an issue like this is mostly to help yourself start on the path of fixing the problem and for others to confirm it with an "I'm having this problem too" comment.