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That's not a bug in NoScript, that's a bug in Firefox and no reason to block this update. It looks like a case of bug #1508827 which I reported some time ago.

Works for me, thanks. It's affected by the Firefox bug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1508827 like the other packaged add-ons, though.

BZ#1516067 mozilla-https-everywhere-2017.11.21 is available

@mastaiza This is what upstream released. The release notes above say, for example, that ClearClick and ABE are not yet implemented. That's not a reason to give -1 karma. Older version doesn't work with FF57 at all, so I'm not going to unpush this update just because some features are missing. It's better to have some features than none at all.

There seems to be a new dependency, python3-pyroute2 that is not mentioned either in this update release notes or in rpm changelog. It looks like this was added in https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock/commit/a1a3ddaa41c0a2b5d17b004bdf3b87a1337eaecc but it's not mentioned anywhere else that I could find.

karma

Works for me and the dependencies are fixed, thanks.

BZ#1499581 unexplained abrt-python/python3 dependency on python/python3-gobject pulls in cairo and 20+ graphical libraries
karma

It seems to work fine and the double tray icon issue is gone. However, the on/off switch doesn't seem to work at all, but that's a separate bug.

BZ#1478751 Bluetooth tray icon appears twice when enabling it in settings
BZ#1511725 blueberry-1.1.18 is available

@emarci Yes, thanks for the reminder.

Breaks ABI compared to 0.99.6, please don't push without coordinating with all dependent packages.

Breaks ABI compared to 0.99.6, please don't push without coordinating with all dependent packages.

There's unannounced ABI breakage in this update:

$ abipkgdiff --d1 libfastjson-debuginfo-0.99.6-1.fc26.x86_64.rpm --d2 libfastjson-debuginfo-0.99.7-1.fc26.x86_64.rpm --devel1 libfastjson-devel-0.99.6-1.fc26.x86_64.rpm --devel2 libfastjson-devel-0.99.7-1.fc26.x86_64.rpm libfastjson-0.99.6-1.fc26.x86_64.rpm libfastjson-0.99.7-1.fc26.x86_64.rpm
================ changes of 'libfastjson.so.4.1.0'===============
  Functions changes summary: 3 Removed, 1 Changed (57 filtered out), 4 Added functions
[...]

There should be NO removed and NO changed items. Please test each update for ABI changes in the future.

FYI this breaks rsyslog compiled with 0.99.7 but running with 0.99.6 installed.

karma

Doesn't start after upgrade:

# rsyslogd -n -d
rsyslogd: symbol lookup error: rsyslogd: undefined symbol: fjson_global_do_case_sensitive_comparison

I did try 5.1.2 and indeed got the disappearing icon, so I'll hold off until 5.1.3. Thanks for the heads-up @robatino.

No need for a new bug report, thank you. I'm preparing an update to 5.1.2 as well. I'm glad 5.1.1 doesn't eat all your memory after all.

@michalvala If this were true, this update would've been marked as newpackage. It's marked as bugfix. Also, this is F27 update, not F26, so I don't know why you're talking about .fc26 package. Builds just for testing without the expectation they'll reach stable, should be released via COPR, not updates-testing.

@zzambers @michalvala Hold on, how can you give +1 karma when upgrading to this package is broken? This should have never landed in stable. It's not acceptable to break upgrades on purpose when there is a well-documented solution to avoid the problem.

Works for me.

The HTTPS Everywhere extension in F26 is not updated to WebExtension version and the maintainer wasn't planning to do this because that breaks SeaMonkey compatibility, see: FEDORA-2017-ecd295ec49 .

Test Case firefox addons

Thanks for the report. This doesn't happen on my machine. Was mozilla-noscript the only package you updated? Can you try reproducing with a clean user profile and only mozilla-noscript package installed (no other Firefox addons)? Which Firefox version? Please open a separate bug report if this is reproducible.

Why does this pull in python{,3}-gobject? It's not explained in either the commit message or in rpm changelog. Suddenly, I have cairo and a bunch of libraries related to graphical display installed on my headless server.

Why does this pull in python{,3}-gobject? It's not explained in either the commit message or in rpm changelog. Suddenly, I have cairo and a bunch of libraries related to graphical display installed on my headless server.