Sat Mar 23 14:52:16 CDT 2013
On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 12:45 PM, Matthias BUSSONNIER <
> Le 23 mars 2013 à 13:46, yoval p. a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > I've been looking for a way to package views as single file
> > the python,js and static assets of a "widget" for exhibitionist.
> > After doing some tests with the python `zipimport` module and it
> > seems like it provide all the functionality I need, including accessing
> > data files (html templates, js) stored within, so it look viable.
> > I've read some bits and pieces that suggest the IPython team
> > has also given this some thought, I'd appreciate your opinion
> > on this way of doing things, if you've considered it and perhaps
> > found it lacking in some way.
> I don't quite remember of what we said. We know that we don't want to
> reinvent the wheel,
> and probably want a system that is able to deal with dependencies, both
> python and js/css.
> Our server especially require that some files are installed in the profile
> dir for now, so I'm
> not sure of how zipimport will work with js.
> I personally had a look at npm/bower/component.io
> I have a slight preference for component.io and npm (even if in dev we
> use bower right now)
> but didn't had a deep look at how it handles python files.
This is exactly the conversation we need to have when coming up with the
components is going to be tricky, and we need to have an official story for
We haven't worked it out yet, but after we build a few example widgets, we
should have a better idea of how this should work.
> > Thanks,
> > yoval
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