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Everything tested with a stable version of Firefox and Dev Edition.
So here is what this add-on did:
1. It crashed (both) Firefox directly after installation.
2. As a web dev I tried to adjust some external JS files using magnet URIs. This resulted in:
2.1. At first one file was recognized as "free", but it was at the same time recognized as "non-free" in the view.
2.2. Later all of my files were recognized as non-free even though all had magnet links marking them as free. There was always a "parsing error" shown in the list.
2.3. The default excluded libraries do not include jQuery 3.1.0 (the latest jQuery version), so I could not use the hard-coded excludes as they were just outdated.
3. The option to show what LibreJS currently analyses slowed down the loading process of the website dramatically and I could not see anything. So I basically could not use this option.
4. LibreJS broke -Fallbacks, so it is even worse than if you would have JS completely disabled.
Also the design is ugly, but this is of course very subjective.