Mozilla, built 2003021815 on Solaris, shows this behavior as well when trying to print the html file attached in the next comment. I've tried to trim it down as much as possible, but it seems that it's the structure that's important, as well as some of the spacing. I see the same problem with 2003022500 on Linux, as well as an older, December build, on Solaris.
Created attachment 115600 [details] attachment 115598 [details] printed using 2003-02-25-08-trunk + Xprint module (300 DPI, DIN-A4) WTF when printing with 2003-02-25-08-trunk using Xprint module. Reporter: 1. Can you try a newer build and/or printing with Mozilla's Xprint module (see http://www.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla1.2.1/index.html#xprint for details) 2. Can you provide a stacktrace from the coredump ?
this actually looks like bug 191339. I crashed with linux trunk build 2003022405, but now 2003022508 works fine (bug 191339 was fixed during that window) testcases look somewhat similar. Danek, are you sure the 20030225 Linux build works?
****. Sorry for the bogus bug. It does in fact work with a build from midnight today. I'd neglected to fully test it this morning because my original test case was a page past a login screen, and a broken profile wouldn't let me past that screen. So all my data points were from older builds. Roland: there wasn't actually a core file -- it exited with exit code 11, not signal 11. I found that strange too, and made sure.