setuptools-bower provides setuptools commands for integrating bower.
setuptools-bower is on PyPI so all you need is:
pip install setuptools-bower
Then from within your Python package, you can now run:
python setup.py install_bower
This will run `bower install` in the directory and is thus expecting to find a `bower.json` and respect any configuration in a `.bowerrc` file.
In your `setup.cfg` you may setup aliases to combine bower installation with your normal install:
[aliases] install_all = install_bower install
Documentation is readable at http://setuptools-bower.readthedocs.org or can be build using Sphinx:
git submodule init git submodule update pip install Sphinx python setup.py build_sphinx
Running the test suite is as simple as:
python setup.py test
or, to also show test coverage:
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