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Old 20th March 2015
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Default odd rrule.js result from FireFox ESR

I'm getting an odd `rrule.js` result from FireFox ESR, would appreciate it if someone could check this on another OpenBSD stable install.

The issue is specifically this, click on the following rrule test page, and the recurrences should occur on a Monday:

http://jakubroztocil.github.io/rrule...ST=MO;BYDAY=MO

Current bug report:

weekly frequency recurrences under FireFox
https://github.com/jakubroztocil/rrule/issues/87

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On -current/i386, the problem does not occur with FF 35.0.1 or FF 31.4.0 ESR. I see March 23 and 30 in the rule.all output.
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On 5.6/amd64 patched to stable M:tier firefox-esr 31.5.0 in timezone US/Pacific
Output:
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rule.all()
1 Mon Mar 23 2015 08:02:44 GMT-0700 (PDT)
2 Mon Mar 30 2015 08:02:44 GMT-0700 (PDT)
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A reinstall has fixed this. Normally if I'm hacked the machine is trashed more or less immediately. May have been an unprivileged breach of some sort (the browser, possibly Java, I'm not sure, I've changed SOCKS proxy, SSH keys, etc. also), there have been quite a few security fixes from M:Tier in the past few days as well. Thanks for looking at this, apols for the false alarm.
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...if I'm hacked...
I would think this is a low probability. More likely is a library mismatch of some kind. However, if you have a full backup of that system, forensic examination is possible.
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