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GNU LibreJS 6.0.10 released

Item posted by Nikolas Nyby <nikolas> on Sun 25 Oct 2015 05:31:53 AM UTC.

There's a new version of LibreJS - version 6.0.10.

LibreJS is a Mozilla add-on that prevents nonfree JavaScript programs from running in your web browser.


Here's the changes since 6.0.9:
    * Fixed a bug where @license-end was getting ignored
    in some cases. Thanks to Micah Cowan for debugging this.

    * Added the Universal Permissive License to list of recognized
    licenses. Thanks to Benjamin Przybocki for suggesting it.

    * Converted LibreJS to use Mozilla's new jpm tool instead
    of the old add-on system: cfx. Thanks to Adrian Aichner for
    helping out with this.

    * Added some notes on working with the LibreJS codebase
    to the manual.

    * Reverted some commits that were causing problems. Thanks
    to Ruben for pointing these out.


This project's website is here:
    https://www.gnu.org/software/librejs/

The source files are here:
    https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/librejs/librejs-6.0.10.tar.gz  (458k)

And here's the xpi package you can install in your browser:
    https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/librejs/librejs-6.0.10.xpi  (581k)

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