GNU LibreJS aims to address the JavaScript problem described in Richard
Stallman's article 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. *

The source tarball for this release can be found at:

The installable extension file (compatible with Mozilla-based browsers
version >= v60) is available here:

GPG key:05EF 1D2F FE61 747D 1FC8 27C3 7FAC 7D26 472F 4409

Version 7.15 includes a partial rework of the mechanism for script
loading and parsing, improving performance, reliability and code
maintainability. The release also adds the implementation of per-script
white/blacklisting, and many smaller bugfixes. All contributions thanks
to the work of Giorgio Maone.

Changes since version 7.14 (excerpt from the git changelog):

    Fixed whitelisting of scripts with query strings in URL.
    Fixed report attempts when no tabId is available.
    UI rewrite for better responsiveness and simplicity.
    Broader detection of UTF-8 encoding in responses.
    Fixed badge shouldn't be shown on privileged pages.
    Fixed sub-frames resetting badge to green.
    Uniform conventions for module importing paths.
    Temporarily display back hidden old UI elements.
    Refactoring list management in its own class.
    Bug fixing and simplifying UI synchronization.
    Whitelisted/blackilisted reporting and modification support.
    Stateful response processing support.
    Implement early whitelisting / blacklisting logic.
    Display actual extension version number in UI.
    White/Black lists back-end refactoring.
    Refactor and fix HTTP response filtering.

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