|Subject:||Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] IceCat oddities with minified resources in 60.2.0|
|Date:||Thu, 27 Sep 2018 16:24:54 +0300|
That's quite an interesting observation, because I have occasionally had a very similar problem with pre-webextension Gecko-based browsers, whereby the browser would encounter certain minified CSS, and would then hang with 100% CPU, and RAM usage getting higher and higher, for which reason I've had to force-stop the browser processes.
The only remedy was to find the offending file by blocking all types of SCRIPT,FONT,CSS in classic NoScript's Application Boundaries Enforcer (ABE), and to test which type of file, and then which particular file has been acting up so much. After that, the hang-inducing file could be blocked individually; best even with a partial pattern match, or a regular _expression_ in NoScript's ABE rules to prevent newer versions of the same file from being blocked.
Alas, I have not seen the ABE configuration UI in webextension NoScript, nor any other complex, or granular and detailed ways of configuring the new-type NoScript.
On Wed, Sep 26, 2018 at 01:14:05 +0000, f133y9+7xq0rlfpyo0is@
> I am using GuixSD and its IceCat version was recently upgraded to 60.2.0. I
> found, then, that a lot of websites were broken and did not behave like they
> did before the update
Mark Weaver made a couple of important fixes yesterday for the Guix
package. Please give it another try.
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