hurry.resource resources for JsTree
How to use?
You can import jstree from hurry.jstree and .need it where you want these resources to be included on a page:
from hurry.jstree import jstree .. in your page or widget rendering code, somewhere .. jstree.need()
This requires integration between your web framework and hurry.resource, and making sure that the original resources (shipped in the jstree-build directory in hurry.jstree) are published to some URL.
The package has already been integrated for Grok and the Zope Toolkit. If you depend on the hurry.zoperesource package in your setup.py, the above example should work out of the box. Make sure to depend on the hurry.zoperesource package in your setup.py.
- Initial public release, packages jstree 1.0rc2