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Re: [Help-librejs] GNU LibreJS 5.2 released

From: Tulio
Subject: Re: [Help-librejs] GNU LibreJS 5.2 released
Date: Fri, 06 Sep 2013 14:20:18 -0300

It's still not compatible with Firefox 15.0


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Em 06/09/2013 13:00, address@hidden escreveu:

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Date: Thu, 05 Sep 2013 21:50:55 -0400
From: address@hidden (Loic J. Duros)
To: address@hidden, address@hidden, address@hidden
Subject: [Help-librejs] GNU LibreJS 5.2 released
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Version 5.2 of GNU LibreJS has been released.

GNU LibreJS aims to address the _javascript_ problem described in The
_javascript_ Trap. LibreJS is a free add-on for GNU IceCat and other
Mozilla-based browsers. It blocks nonfree nontrivial _javascript_ while
allowing _javascript_ that is free and/or trivial.

You can download and install this new version from

If you own or maintain a website, please take the time to free your

- LibreJS now detects and allows magnet links in JS Web Labels pages and
  in inline and external scripts comments instead of canonical URLs
  (canonical URLs are still allowed but deprecated.)

- On-page scripts are now allowed/blocked individually if they can be
  run independently. 

- You can now tag a single inline or external script as free using a new
  // @license [magnet-link] [name-of-license]
  // @license-end
  You can find more information in this page:

- In previous versions, LibreJS matched scripts labeled in a JS Web
  Labels page according to their absolute URLs. This leads to issues when
  a label lists a link as http:// and someone visits a page over
  SSL, or when subdomains point to the same file but use a different
  url. To fix this, LibreJS now generates a hash of the files labeled as
  free and detects them according to their content rather than by path.

- In the display panel (when clicking the addon widget in the add-on
  bar) you will now see detailed information on the reasons why LibreJS
  blocked or allowed a script.

- You can open the display panel report in its own tab, allowing you to
  easily copy and paste the results and send them over email.

Please report bugs at address@hidden and remember to complain to
websites you visit that have nonfree _javascript_.

Loic Duros
GNU IceCat and LibreJS maintainer


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