Java files are shown with garbage and broken links

Bug #843908 reported by Enrique on 2011-09-07
This bug affects 2 people
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
geshi (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

 When displaying a Java file, some broken links appear beside the main Java classes, for instance:
extends 1.5.0/docs/api/java/lang/Runnable.html">Runnable

 It is probably meant to redirect to the API, but his seems to be broken, and the generated HTML is full of this things.
I add a small HTML generated for one of such files.

Enrique (enrique-garcia) wrote :
Changed in websvn (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
Andreas Schöneck (as-) wrote :

As an example, here's the HTML code generated for java.lang.Exception (Elegant theme):

<a href="<span style="color: #cc66cc;">1</span>.<span style="color: #cc66cc;">5</span>.0/docs/api/java/lang/Exception.html"><span style="color: #003399; font-weight: bold;">Exception</span></a>

Most likely, this bug is related to php-geshi

tags: added: websvn
Andreas Schöneck (as-) wrote :

By updating GeSHi to the most recent version ( I was able to fix this issue.

My steps taken:
1. download GeSHi distribution archive, uncompress (you will get a geshi folder)
2. backup old /usr/share/php-geshi
3. replace old /usr/share/php-geshi with the geshi folder from inside the archive


Andreas Schöneck (as-) wrote :

Put this to the right direction

affects: websvn (Ubuntu) → geshi (Ubuntu)
tags: added: php-geshi
tags: added: geshi
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