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    • Sukhbir Singh's avatar
      Bug 25485: Fix libstdc++.so.6 compatibility for Tor Browser · 6a89049c
      Sukhbir Singh authored
      We ship our version of libstdc++.so.6 for backward compatibility of Tor
      Browser on older systems like Ubuntu 16.04. However, a newer version of
      the library may be installed on the user's system and we should detect
      and use that. This commit adds support for detecting the library using a
      C++ program that uses the latest ABI; if the program executes, we should
      use the system library, and if not (for the older systems), we add our
      libstdc++.so.6 to LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
      6a89049c
  24. 31 Jul, 2018 1 commit
    • Ben Burrill's avatar
      Bug 26951: Fix execdesktop argument passing · 09111c4e
      Ben Burrill authored and Georg Koppen's avatar Georg Koppen committed
      Prior to this change, arguments with spaces were flattened, so running
      
          ./start-tor-browser.desktop --search "hello world"
      
      would be converted to
      
          ./start-tor-browser.desktop --search hello world
      
      opening up two windows, one search for "hello" and one trying to connect
      to http://world
      
      Fixes #18022 as well.
      09111c4e
  25. 06 Jul, 2018 1 commit
  26. 29 Jun, 2018 2 commits
    • Richard Pospesel's avatar
      Bug 26039: FIXUP <profiledir>/preferences/extension-overrides.js will not be loaded in ESR 60 · 8cfb90c7
      Richard Pospesel authored and Georg Koppen's avatar Georg Koppen committed
      Fixup for 26039.  WebExtension extensions can't read/write prefs, so the
      base contents of extension-overrides.js are completely unnecessary.  The
      WebExtension versions of noscript and httpseverywhere seem to be nearly
      complete re-writes (noscript in particular is much simpler) so our
      custom options appear to be no longer required (though a complete audit
      of noscript should probably be done just to be sure we don't need to fix
      any bad behaviour).
      
      The updated build script for tor-browser now dumps all of the
      build-determined prefs (pluggable transport strings, localization
      options) into a generated-prefs.js file created at build time, which is
      then appended to 000-tor-browser.js as before.
      
      The pdfjs option is no longer needed since the disableRange option seems
      to break pdfjs altogether in latest ESR60.  Also, setting the user pref
      in 000-tor-browser.js does not work since pdfjs overwrites it with its
      own value (any future patch setting pdfjs options needs to modify the
      default values table)
      8cfb90c7
    • boklm's avatar
      Fix HTTPS Everywhere version in the changelog · c2f11e37
      boklm authored
      Reported in a comment on the blog:
      https://blog.torproject.org/comment/275985#comment-275985
      c2f11e37