As reported at http://bugs.debian.org/736595 the hledger-web release contains these files without their corresponding source code
This causes problems for downstream distributions.
Could you please make a release of hledger-web that includes the corresponding source (i.e. non-minified, non-packed) files?
Bonus points for ensuring that the minified files are really derived from the source files, for example by adding a small Makefile and building them yourself, which would also serve as documentation about the tool used to create these files.
Thanks for the report, I have released hledger-web 0.22.2. Sorry I have not set up my own minification process, perhaps someone will contribute that, or we could just serve unminified files and assume yesod will do it for us.
Thanks for the quick fix. I was about to upload it, but it seems that hledger needs a newer version of pretty-show, which is no problem per se.... but they have added a minified jquery.js file to their distribution... so I’ll have to wait for yav/pretty-show#10 now...
Ack.. well that gives me time to get it right; hledger-web is up to 0.22.4 now.
(cherry picked from commit b0b9e56)
I guess this needs to be re-opened: The jquery source got lost in or before 0.24.1:
You can work around the issue by using the js-jquery and js-flot packages from Hackage.
Thanks.. I think I just need to re-add the unminified jquery.js.
web: re-add unminified jquery source (#161)
I think this is resolved.