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Manage assets on mako templates

Project Description

A sort of django-pipeline, but for mako.

Install

mako-pipeline is avaiable on pypi:

$ pip install mako-pipeline

Usage

On your python script, call mako_pipeline.configure to setup file mapping:

from mako_pipeline import configure

configure({
    'debug': True,
    'javascript': {
        'final-js': ['file1', 'file2']
    }
})

On templates, import the module using namespace tag and use like following:

<%namespace name="assets" module="mako_pipeline.assets" />

<%assets:tag name="final-js" args="ASSETS_URL" %>
  <script src="${ASSETS_URL}"></script>
<%/assets:tag%>

License

This project is licensed under MIT license (please see LICENSE file).

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