How I learned to stop worrying and love the bower
The Laughing Robot
Or, how I learned not to rewrite bower in Python.
To answer the first, obvious question:
To allow Python developers/users access to bower components without requiring a node.js / npm infrastructure.
Very basic usage is implemented:
bower.py install <package> [version]
No dependencies are handled. Versions must be pinned.
This will work, preferably installed into a virtualenv:
pip install bower.py bower.py <command>
This is even more self-contained:
pip install vex vex -m bower pip install bower.py vex bower bower.py <command>
Things I Learned About Bower
- bower supports git, svn, http static files, but in reality it supports github.com
- bower “packages” don’t even need to supply a bower.json
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