Bug#34459: marked as done (KDevelop doesn't find a man page) by "F at lk Brettschneider" <falk.brettschneider at gmx.de>
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Subject: KDevelop doesn't find a man page
From: bartek0001 at poczta.onet.pl
Version: 2.0.1 (using KDE 2.2.0 )
Installed from: Compiled From Sources
Compiler: gcc 2.95.2
OS/Compiler notes: SuSe Linux 7.0 on kernel 2.2.16 (i686)
I have no backtrace (tell me how to generate it on a running program).
I write a function name (such as close), and then want to see its man page. KDevelop says there is no such page.
But I know there is this page, so I call a terminal and run man -a close. And what i get? Several man pages on close (perl, c and so on).
It seems as if KDevelop couldn't read a man page if there are several pages for one topic.
This also happens with socket() - but there are following pages:
- Tcl Builtin Commands
- Linux Programmer's Manual - socket(2)
- Linux Programmer's Manual - socket(7)
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