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Bug#87650: marked as done (xbase-clients: [xman] not preprocessing tables correctly)



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Subject: keyword tables don't appear in xman
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Package: fetchmail
Version: 5.3.3-1.1
Severity: minor

When I use xman to look at fetchmail's documentation with xman I see
very little info in the "Keyword/Option Summary" section.  Specifically,
I see

Here are the legal global options:

Here are the legal server options:

Here are the legal user options:


with *nothing* in between.  The tables appear OK when I use man in a 
console window.  

Conceivably this has something to do with the new freetype fontserver,
and could even be a misconfiguration on my part.  But I haven't noticed
such a problem with other manpages.  I recently dist-upgraded to woody.

xbase-clients 4.0.2-1  provides xman
man-db  2.3.16-1.1 provides man
xman itself says it's 3.1.6 - X11R6

-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux wheat 2.2.18pre21 #1 Sat Jan 20 17:05:42 PST 2001 i586

Versions of packages fetchmail depends on:
ii  libc6                         2.2.1-1    GNU C Library: Shared libraries an


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Closing as resolved per Frank Murphy.  Thanks, Frank!

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Subject: Bug#87650: Fixed in 4.2.1-13
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Checked the manpage for fetchmail in xman version 3.1.6 that is in the=20
xbase-clients package 4.2.1-13. It works as expected, showing the tables th=
at=20
the fetchmail manpage was using.

Frank

This was found at the Debian bug squashing party in Ecublens, Switzerland.



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