From: Simson L. Garfinkel <simsong@cs...> - 2005-04-10 22:36:56
Hi. Is the proper way to submit bugs by sending them here, or by submitting
them on Source Forge?
There's a "bug" in the PDF manual for 0.7.1 on the website. The blank page 3
makes the manual not print properly when printed on a 2-sided printer. All
of the page numbers go to the inside binding. If you delete the blank page,
this problem goes away. I think that it's a result of the roman numbered
From: Andre Wobst <wobsta@us...> - 2005-04-11 15:48:57
On 10.04.05, Simson L. Garfinkel wrote:
> Hi. Is the proper way to submit bugs by sending them here, or by submitting
> them on Source Forge?
Sending a report to the *dev-list* is kind of equal to submitting a SF
bug. (We've configured our SF forums generate a mail to the dev list
anyway.) However, submitting bugs via the users list might disturb
regular users (as usual there are more subscribers to the users list
than at the dev-list). To me it makes no difference at all ...
> There's a "bug" in the PDF manual for 0.7.1 on the website. The blank page
> 3 makes the manual not print properly when printed on a 2-sided printer.
> All of the page numbers go to the inside binding. If you delete the blank
> page, this problem goes away. I think that it's a result of the roman
> numbered sections.
In general we're doing the same like the python documenation. I don't
understand, why we get this strange behaviour.
As far as I understand, the abstract environment resets the page
numbering. If we do not insert a cleardoublepage before that, even and
odd pages are mixed up. I would expect, that the abstract environment
properly handles the cleardoublepage but it doesn't. I've inserted a
cleardoublepage after maketitle and now it works. Still, I'm slightly
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