romain at symlink.me
Sun Dec 24 13:52:09 CET 2017
On 21/Dec - 11:49, Richard Stallman wrote:
> The only
> > exception is for the PayPal authentication, which requires to install a
> Can you help me understand this particular issue better?
> node.js is free software, right? So the user's need to install
> node.js is not, in itself, a problem at all. It is ok as a
> However, what about the specific JS code that operates with node.js?
> Where does that code come from? Is it part of the PayPal
> authentication module? If so, is it free software (I would expect
> Or does it come from some web site? Which site, or sites?
Sometimes, weboob needs to execute the JS from websites to work, because of
weird anti-scrapping protections. It is the case for PayPal, for which we use
that browsers do.
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