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Fanstatic package template

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Fanstatic template


The Fanstatic paster template is used to create Fanstatic python packages. Fanstatic packages wrap static resources, such as javascript and CSS libraries.

For more information on Fanstatic, visit


After installing the fanstatictemplate package, a paster template is made available:

$ paster create -t fanstatic

When running the paster create command, you will be asked to supply the name of the Fanstatic package and the name, version and URL of the wrapped library.

We use the js namespace for creating javascript packages, for example jQuery is made available as the js.jquery python package.

After running the paster create command, copy the library into the newly created resources subdirectory and register the Resources in A doctest stub is created. It is up to you to make the tests pass based on the newly registered Resources.


1.6 (2015-08-12)

  • Update bootstrap to work with recent releases of setuptools.

1.5 (2014-05-16)

  • Updated bootstrap to latest buildout 2 version.

  • Added zest.releaser per default.

1.4 (2013-04-18)

  • Update to buildout 2.

1.3 (2012-03-03)

  • Replaced hgtools with because people are also using git to maintain fanstatic packages. Basically, back to v1.1.

1.2 (2011-04-25)

  • Replace with hgtools to provide setuptools-svn like functionality.

1.1 (2011-01-20)

  • and .hgignore were not distributed before.

1.0 (2011-01-11)

  • initial release.

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