Mozilla 1.3 wierdness, maybe a bug???
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Tue Apr 15 12:55:06 PDT 2003
On Tue, 2003-04-15 at 15:36, Gerard Samuel wrote:
> Has anyone experienced unexpected output from mozilla 1.3 from the ports??
Come to think of it, yes. I thought it was a bug in our site, but now I
see that it doesn't happen with Mozilla 1.1 or with Mozilla 1.4a.
> I had just upgraded earlier today from 1.2.x to 1.3 (after a fresh pull
> of the ports), and it seems as if after a redirection (via php),
> Im getting this unexpected output.
Yeah, it seems related to redirection.
> It only started happening after I upgraded mozilla, and under the native
> opera port it is still working as expected.
> For an example of what I mean by "unexpected output" take a look at ->
> Everything from the top of the page to the end of the headers are not
> supposed to be there...
> When I view the source of this page, the "unexpected output" isn't
> there, but the page as it is supposed to be.
> Im running KDE 3.1.1a, FreeBSD 5. If you need more info, feel free to
I'm wondering if this was introduced in my commits yesterday. I don't
know why if it was. I'll run some tests later today. It may just be a
1.3 bug with certain sites. If you want, search through Mozilla
Bugzilla, and see if you find something.
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