Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 216083
files missing from junit-javadoc
Last modified: 2016-06-07 18:46:22 EDT
Description of problem:
files are missing from javadocs
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install junit-javadoc package
2. view this url in a web browser: file:///usr/share/javadoc/junit-3.8.2/index.html
3. Click on any class name.
file not found error
javadoc web page
The following packages are also missing Javadoc documentation:
This bug also affects Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.
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The contents of junit-javadoc-3.8.2-3jpp.3.fc8.i386.rpm and
gnu-crypto-javadoc does not appear to be present in FC8.
I don't see any *-javadoc packages at all in FC9-Beta.
I recommend moving the bug to RHEL, since release 5 is still the most recent
release on that line.
Thanks for verifying!
-javadoc packages have been removed from the Fedora DVD. They will still be part
of the distro however, and should be available via yum.
I am moving this to RHEL5.
RHEL 5 ended Production Phase 1 and only security issues and major bugs will be fixed from now on.