Hi John,
I suspect that this may be a regression that was introduced in this major
rewrite of LibreJS. There are other threads with reports of the
whitelisting issue too.

Let me do some digging and see if I can come up with what is going on here
and get a fix implemented.
-zach

On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 11:06 AM, John C. Vernaleo <j...@netpurgatory.com>
wrote:

> Hi.  I run stallman.org for rms.  We have a small amount of js on most of
> the pages that contains a license and worked with LibreJS until recently.
> On LibreJS 7.11 (firefox 58.0.1) librejs is now blocking the js code
> despite having @licstart and @licend with GPL3 in between (so basically the
> exact thing in the example on the librejs page.
>
> Even stranger, the js still doesn't work if I try to whitelist it in
> LibreJS.  With LibreJS disabled it works fine.
>
> An example page with this is:
> https://stallman.org/amazon.html
>
> Any thoughts as to what is going on or why the librejs behavior changed
> would be appriciated.
>
> Thanks!
> John
>
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