Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 450920
Error when trying to print a man page
Last modified: 2009-06-28 21:34:38 EDT
Description of problem:
Having loaded a man page in Yelp with:
and trying to print it from within the application (yelp), it results in the
** Yelp:ERROR:(yelp-document.c:217):yelp_document_get_page: assertion failed:
(document != NULL && YELP_IS_DOCUMENT (document))
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This seems to be working okay for me on Fedora 11. Can you confirm?
I am using CentOS on my desktop and laptop computers during the last months, so I am afraid I cannot test it.
If it works in F11, I would say that chances are it has been fixed because at the time I had reported this bug it always failed.
Closing this as WORKSFORME, but feel free to reopen it if you still see it in Fedora 11 or later.