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Fanstatic packaging of url-parser

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This library packages url-parser for fanstatic.

This requires integration between your web framework and fanstatic, and making sure that the original resources (shipped in the resources directory in js.url_parser) are published to some URL.

How to use?

This should be setup before rendering a page. See fanstatic for more information:

>>> from fanstatic import init_needed
>>> needed = init_needed(base_url='http://localhost')

You can import url_parser from js.url_parser and need it where you want these resources to be included on a page:

>>> from js.url_parser import url_parser
>>> url_parser.need()

Render the inclusion:

>>> print needed.render()
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://localhost/fanstatic/url-parser/url-parser.js"></script>


1.1.0 (unreleased)

  • Initial release.

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