Firefox (still) not printing selection
Henrique "LonelySpooky" Junior
henriquecsj at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 17:09:32 UTC 2008
The idea that the bug was in the pango patch came to me just yesterday
by a single elimination (not related to the rudiments of programming
that I know). No other distribution presents the bug, only the Red Hat
like, so the problem is in our RPM and not in the source code provided
by Mozilla. The elimination of pango was an blind attempt, as it was the
only patch related to printing, but after that the bug disappeared.
This bug came from Firefox 126.96.36.199 and reaches Fedora 9 beta without
being corrected and it seems clear in the course of conversation in
Bugzilla that if the bug isn't corrected yet we're getting the risk of
not being corrected in time to the final release.
What about the bug? Even if it is not pango's fault, the fact is that
the bug is there for years.
Sorry for my poor english :$
Em Qua, 2008-03-26 às 12:13 -0400, David Mansfield escreveu:
> On Wed, 2008-03-26 at 03:11 -0300, Henrique Junior wrote:
> > Hello, folks.
> > I'm sad to see that an old and classical bug of Firefox is still
> > present in F9 beta. This bug was related in Bugzilla  and came over
> > all the time affecting Firefox since 188.8.131.52.
> > The problem seems to be in the firefox-2.0-pango-printing.patch, and
> > after excluding this patch in the .spec, Firefox is printing selection
> > again.
> > The same bug affects Firefox and Seamonkey and is present too in
> > CentOS and Red Hat.
> > I'm only an ambassador, not a developer, so, excuse me if I'm wrong to
> > accuse firefox-2.0-pango-printing.patch. The fact, anyway, is that the
> > bug is still here.
> > In hope to be useful
> >  - https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=221336
> That is one of the saddest bugs I've ever read...
> BTW, how do you know it's the pango printing patch, and shouldn't that
> be mentioned in the bugzilla?
Henrique "LonelySpooky" Junior <henriquecsj at gmail.com>
Projeto Fedora Brasil
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