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A simple Django integration with gulp-rev

Project Description

Django gulp-rev is a simple Django app that integrates `gulp-rev
<>`_ with your Django website.

django-gulp-rev looks for your rev-manifest.json file generated by gulp-rev and
parses it to provide dynamic versioned paths to your static assets. In default,
the rev-manifest.json file should be in your STATIC_ROOT directory.

When DEBUG == True, django-gulp-rev doesn't use the rev-manifest.json file, instead
it appends random characters at the end of the file, like this:


When DEBUG is set to False, everything works as expected, and django-gulp-rev uses
your rev-manifest.json file to return a versioned static url:


Quick start

1. Add "gulp_rev" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this:


2. Load "rev" in your templates:

{% load 'rev' %}

3. Use in your templates like this:

{% static_rev 'css/main.css' %}



Override default STATIC_ROOT/rev-manifest.json filepath
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