What happened to the mozilla-venkman package in debian etch
- From: george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 04 Oct 2007 17:08:18 -0700
When I was using the sarge flavor of debian, I could put a
URL (generally of a phishing site) into Venkman and it
would display a numbered list of the steps in the source
file for the page. I could "x" out of the first source list
and enter another URL, etc. for page after page after page.
Then I "upgraded" to etch.
Now I get one loading of Venkman & can look at one webpage.
When I "x" out, Venkman is gone until I reboot the PC. There
are no bug reports ... not even archived bug reports ... on
the mozilla-venkman developer's page.
Has Venkman been abandoned ... and is there an alternative ?
Currently, I see no way to capture the sourcecode of a webpage
that redirects to another location - it's gone past the first
page before I can hit the stop button.
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