In English, when dealing with Software Development we sometimes refer to the word "fix" in order to describe some code change which makes an attempt to fix a bug, or problem in the code. For example:
I'll try to send you a bug fix which addresses this issue by the end of the day.
I'm a little unsure about what the best way to express this concept of "fix" in Japanese. My guess is 修正, but I haven't seen this used in this fashion often, if ever. My guess at a translation would be:
Would this be the most natural way to describe this? If there is any other terms please let me know.
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