Where does one file a Powershell bug?

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    PowerShell (Core) is open-source, and is on GitHub. You'd file bugs using the Issues tab on the relevant PowerShell repo.

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    What's the bug?

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      Here is the link to the question I ask.
      https://powershell.org/forums/topic/powershell-not-interpreting-spaces-correctly/

      Basically I'm claiming that it shouldn't matter if the script is invoked via the call operator or powershell.exe -File. Powershell should provide the same parameter data in each case. It does not. See the above question for how to reproduce the bug

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