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Asset management for Python web development.
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README.rst

Asset management application for Python web development - use it to merge and compress your JavaScript and CSS files.

Documentation: travis

http://webassets.readthedocs.org/

Since releases aren't exactly happening on a regular schedule, you are encouraged to use the latest code. webassets is pretty well tested, so as long as the build status icon above remains a reassuring green, you shouldn't run into any trouble.

You can download a tarball of the development version, or install it via pip install webassets==dev.

Development:

For development, to run all the tests, you need to have at least Java 7 installed (required for example to run the Google closure filter).

  1. Install Python requirements (preferable in a virtual env):

    $ pip install -r requirements-dev.pip
    $ pip install -r requirements-dev-2.x.pip
    
  2. Install other requirements:

    $ ./requirements-dev.sh
    
  3. Run the tests:

    ./run_tests.sh
    
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