Debug console messages should not happen by default in production installations

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Debug console messages should not happen by default in production installations

Post by NoScripter9138115224 » Thu Jun 24, 2021 8:28 am

When I'm working in Firefox with a file:///, there is annoying debut output by NoScript, no matter the TRUSTED setting for the file: protocol:

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[NoScript] Waiting for syncFetchPolicy to load... log.js:9:13
Freezing file:///C:/%23file.html DocumentFreezer.js:81:15
sendSyncMessage suspend #0/1 SyncMessage.js:224:19
Unfreezing file:///C:/%23file.html DocumentFreezer.js:97:15
sendSyncMessage finalizing SyncMessage.js:242:19
sendSyncMessage resume #0/0 - 15ms SyncMessage.js:233:19
sendSyncMessage finalizing SyncMessage.js:242:19
Those are obviously internal debug messages and should not be visible in normal production. I guess it's a specific file: protocol issue. At least, it should be configurable (like via about:config) and deactivated by default.
Last edited by barbaz on Thu Jun 24, 2021 12:23 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Debug console messages should not happen by default in production installations

Post by barbaz » Thu Jun 24, 2021 12:31 pm

Just to be clear, this is specifically about the Web Console (Ctrl-Shift-K), right? Not Browser Console, and not the about:debugging console for NoScript?
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Re: Debug console messages should not happen by default in production installations

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 24, 2021 2:25 pm

barbaz wrote:
Thu Jun 24, 2021 12:31 pm
Just to be clear, this is specifically about the Web Console (Ctrl-Shift-K), right? Not Browser Console, and not the about:debugging console for NoScript?
Exactly—I usually press [F12], but yes, it’s in the web inspector, the built-in developer tools, not in about:debugging.
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