Bug Report

How to report an issue

If an issue / bug encountered while using maestro, we encourage you to report it in either our public maestro slack channel or create a github issue (please make sure that one doesn't already exist).

bugreport command

To provide more context if something hasn't worked as expected with maestro there is a command:

maestro bugreport

This command collects some data about maestro usage locally on a user's machine. This data includes maestro process logs, system info (maestro version, OS version, device CPU architecture) and idb-companion logs (only for iOS).

When creating a new issue / bug report in one of our channels please attach the .zip files generated in the folder specified after running maestro bugreport command.

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