On 11/14/2014 09:58 PM, Radomir Dopieralski wrote: > On 14/11/14 13:02, Richard Jones wrote: >> We might even be able to get away without using grunt, though an >> alternative to its LiveReload facility (and one that doesn't then also >> depend on another node program like django-livereload does) would be >> required. I believe tox and django's runserver (and other manage >> commands) could suffice to replace the other functionality typically >> provided by grunt. > > We don't really need Xstatic for that. The packagers can as well package > the bower-based packages directly. We can use anything, really, > as long as we follow a process that makes sure that Horizon can be > packaged into the different distributions. That is, we need: > > 1. All dependencies explicit (with tests failing if a dependency is > missing), > 2. explicit version ranges, > 3. no multiple versions of the same library, > 4. additions and upgrades of libraries moderated by the packagers, > 5. ability to replace the development environment with packaged > libraries from the system, > 6. ability to build and test our software with the tools that can be > used by all the distributions.
What I liked a lot with the xstatic package thing, is that it was *very* easy for me to be able to manage path. Horizon just imports the xstatic package, and then the BASE_DIR or some symlink do the work. Whatever system we choose, I'd like it to be at least as simple as xstatic in this regard. Thomas _______________________________________________ OpenStack-dev mailing list OpenStackemail@example.com http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev