On Thu, Nov 09, 2006 at 07:53:04AM -0800, Anthony Green wrote:
On Thu, 2006-11-09 at 07:05 -0800, Anthony Green wrote:
> I don't have a FC5 machine handy to test this on but, for what it's
> worth, this works perfectly on FC6.
Oops - I take this back. I didn't read your note properly. Yes, the
javadoc API link is busted. This looks like a simple packaging bug.
I'll file a bug report.
Thank you. It is 214812, should anyone else wish to track it.
For what it's worth, I did eventually find the errant javadoc. It's in
/usr/share/javadoc/, along with a whole slew of other javadoc, the
existence of which I had not previously suspected.
Since it seems rather silly to have a bunch of javadoc inaccessible by
browser, I added the following to my http.conf for apache (right after
the similar stanza for /usr/share/doc/):
# Allow access to local system javadoc documentation
Alias /javadoc/ /usr/share/javadoc/
deny from all
allow from ....
Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
Perhaps someone would be kind enough to add something like that to the
standard Fedora Java packaging?
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