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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.

    un-startssl-ify-0.1.2.xpi

    Version 0.1.2 (2016-03-29)

    • Make the add-on work in Firefox 33 (!) and later. In that release, nsIX509CertDB2 was merged into nsIX509CertDB 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.
  • 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 ·

    un-startssl-ify-0.1.1-signed.xpi

    Version 0.1.1-signed (2015-05-28)

    (automatic version number increase by AMO)

    • The add-on is now signed.
  • v0.1   Version 0.1 (2014-04-21) * Initial release.
    a0cd7ecd · Initial commit ·

    un-startssl-ify-0.1.xpi

    Version 0.1 (2014-04-21)

    • Initial release.