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Re: Checking local web pages with LibreJS

From: John Scott
Subject: Re: Checking local web pages with LibreJS
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2019 21:58:47 -0500

> 1) Please check http://sveta.uk.to:2018/~svetlana/test/testLocal.html
> without downloading it - GNU LibreJS says 'one accepted script' (trivial).
> Does it say this to you as well?

> 2) When I download it and open as a
> file:// URI, it says nothing. Is this also the case for you?

> 3) I can't
> test it on a web-server until a few hours later tonight. If you download
> that page into your web-server directory, and open it in a new tab, what
> does LibreJS tell you?
I don't have a web server myself at the moment. I hope you'll be able to test 
it later, or I could install lighttpd in the coming days.

> > Another thing I've noticed is that—especially if I open
> > the page in another tab and refresh—sometimes the green checkmark on the
> > LibreJS icon will sporadically come back and go away.
> How often does this occur? If you open ten new tabs, will one of them fail?
> Or only one out of a hundred?

I think I've figured out the trick. This occurs for documents accessed via 
file://. If I click the LibreJS icon and then refresh the tab, there will be no 
checkmark then and thereafter for that particular tab.

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