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Re: bsh-gcj package breaks Iceweasel javascript functionality.

Hi Ananda,
  I believe you should log this as a iceweasel bug, and here's why.  I had
the same problem and I came
across this note.  I removed the bsh-gcj packages, yet the problem still
persisted.  When I went back to
aptitude I noticed that there were still config files lingering, so I did a
purge of the bsh-gcj package and
then iceweasel was able to process javascript without delay.  



Ananda Samaddar-2 wrote:
> Hello all,
> I found that Iceweasel was consistently freezing when trying to run
> Javascript 
> if the the package bsh-gcj is installed.  This package is a dependency of
> the 
> openoffice.org-gcj package.  Removing bsh-gcj fixes the problem.
> I am curious as to which package I should file a bug report against,
> bsh-gcj 
> or Iceweasel?  There are no bug reports against bsh-gcj and I can't find a 
> relevant report in the iceweasel bts entry.
> I'm using Debian Testing / Lenny AMD64.  I can provide any other info if 
> required.
> IMPORTANT: please CC me if replying to this e-mail as I am not subscribed
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> either of the mailing lists I've posted this to.
> thanks,
> Ananda Samaddar.
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