Le vendredi 28 novembre 2014 à 20:46 +0100, Jonas Smedegaard a écrit :
> Quoting Thorsten Glaser (2014-11-28 13:20:36)
> > On Fri, 28 Nov 2014, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> > 
> >> It's been a long time I've been thinking about it, and I believe that 
> >> the only way to do this, would be to use triggers. Though I have 
> >> never
> > Look at libjs-protoaculous which combines prototype and scriptaculous 
> > into one (possibly minified) js file. In (our inhouse version of) 
> > FusionForge, we just depend on it, and it contains all the trigger and 
> > dependency magic needed for that.
> Just looking at the package name that seems not an ideal aproach: Should 
> we then make packages for each combination of libraries to be merged 
> together, or am I missing a more clever logic?  Or do you perhaps point 
> at that package not suggesting duplicating it but instead cherry-picking 
> triggers for a system-wide structure?

I suggest bundling javascript, stylesheets, images, assets in general
should be done using a custom, per-package, makefile (or makefile
target). Something in postinst ?
You can't standardize upon absence of standard.


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