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  • v0.1.2   Version 0.1.2 (2016-03-29) * Make the add-on work in Firefox 33 (!) and later. [In that release](https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/2014/10/01/compatibility-for-firefox-33/), [`nsIX509CertDB2` was merged into `nsIX509CertDB`](https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=643041) and I never tested the add-on in the newer versions, so the add-on hadn't actually worked since October 2014. This release fixes that, and I'm very sorry I didn't test in newer versions and didn't find the problem sooner. (Note: this does not affect profiles that already had the add-on installed before upgrading to Firefox 33. In those cases, StartCom-encumbered certificates are still rejected since disabling the certificate authorities is permanent.) * Add an automated unit test to allow the add-on's functionality to be easily tested. * Added `run`, `test`, and `clean` targets to the Makefile. For the former two targets, the `FX` make variable can be used to override the path to the Firefox binary used by `jpm`. * Migrated the add-on to `jpm`. This makes Firefox 38 the minimum supported version of Firefox. * Minor changes to the source tree.
    Release v0.1.2
  • v0.1.1-signed   Version 0.1.1-signed (2015-05-28) (automatic version number increase by AMO) * The add-on is now signed.
    a0cd7ecd · Initial commit ·
    Release v0.1.1-signed
  • v0.1   Version 0.1 (2014-04-21) * Initial release.
    a0cd7ecd · Initial commit ·
    Release v0.1