After including the js.fanstatictools.lib_url fanstatic resource, you are able to call fanstatictools.get_library_url(‘name_of_your_library’), which returns the url. Add the filename of the resource to the end and you are done.
How to use?
You can import url from js.fanstatictools and need it where you want these resources to be included on a page:
>>> from js.fanstatictools import lib_url >>> lib_url.need()
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