HTTPS-Everywhere is a browser extension that encrypts your communications with many websites that offer HTTPS but still allow unencrypted connections.
Get the packages you need and install a git hook to run tests before push:
Run the ruleset validations and browser tests:
Run the latest code and rulesets in a standalone Firefox profile:
bash test/firefox.sh –justrun
Run the latest code and rulesets in a standalone profile for a specific version of Firefox:
FIREFOX=/path/to/firefox bash test/firefox.sh –justrun
Run the latest code and rulesets in a standalone Chromium profile:
bash test/chromium.sh –justrun
Run the latest code and rulesets in a standalone Tor Browser profile:
bash test/tor-browser.sh path_to_tor_browser.tar.xz
Build the Firefox (.xpi) & Chromium (.crx) extensions:
Both of the build commands store their output under pkg/.
One can run the available test suites automatically by enabling the precommit hook provided with:
ln -s ../../hooks/precommit .git/hooks/pre-commit
This is the source tree for HTTPS Everywhere for Firefox and Chrome.
Important directories you might want to know about
chromium/ WebExtension source code (for Firefox & Chromium/chrome)
chromium/external External dependencies
chromium/test Unit tests
rules/ Symbolic link to src/chrome/content/rules
src/chrome/content/rules Ruleset files live here
test/ Travis unit test source code live here
utils/ Various utilities (includes some Travis test source)