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GNU LibreJS 6.0.13 released

Item posted by Nikolas Nyby <nikolas> on Thu 05 May 2016 01:32:19 AM UTC.

There's a new version of LibreJS - version 6.0.13.

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

Originally this release was going to be 6.0.11, but I had some trouble
registering this add-on with Mozilla which required me to increment
the version to 6.0.13.


Here's the changes since 6.0.10:
    * Added Unlicense to the list of recognized licenses. Thanks
    to Adam Plaice for the patch.

    * Added some library whitelist updates from James Kruth.

    * William Cummings pointed out a piece of code that was using
    non-standard syntax that might not be supported in the future.
    I've re-written this to use more standard syntax.

    * Fixed a problem where the LibreJS icon wasn't displaying in
    the add-ons view.


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

The source files are here:
    https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/librejs/librejs-6.0.13.tar.gz  (462K)

And here's the xpi package you can install in your browser:
    https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/librejs/gnu_librejs-6.0.13-fx.xpi  (601K)

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