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A simple dealer of node packages...

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# Asset Vendor

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An arguably decent compromise between adding node/npm to your build process, and vendoring your static assets.

Or more concretely, a python-based client and lockfile format for NPM.

## Installation

Asset Vendor requires Python 3.6 and later. To install, use pip or your preferred package manager:

`sh $ pip install AssetVendor `

## TODO

  • all of the work.

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