On Mon, Jul 10, 2000 at 11:34:41PM +0200, Fredrik Lundh wrote:
the IE problem could be a configuration problem, of course. unless tim beats me to it, I'll submit a support request some day...
I seriously doubt it, unless cvsweb has an option 'break IE5'. (Or 'unbreak IE5', if you so wish ;) The symptoms Tim described exactly match one of the known bugs in IE. It might be fixed in a newer version of cvsweb, of course.
If anyone is going to submit a support request, feel free to pass them my email for information on that bug ;-)