There are other tools that could help us with front-end development but
since we already use the Makefiles and it would require other major changes
in the HTML templates I don't recommend it. I think NPM is a welcome
2016-07-28 12:11 GMT-03:00 Ramon Medeiros <ramonn(a)linux.vnet.ibm.com>:
available in distro repos. So let's discuss how i can do it:
Fedora has jquery, lodash, moment, typeahead and es5-shim libraries
No library available
Ubuntu has bootstrap, jquery, jquery-ui e lodash.
As not all libraries are available, i received a suggestion to use a
parameter at configure.ac, like --with-spice, to choose libs from rpm or
from the code. So, what is best:
Use single parameter (--use-js-from-rpms)
I will need to check the distro by code and generate the html templates
with the script tag changed.
Use parameters with distros (--ubuntu-use-js-from-rpms)
Same as above, but distro will not be checked.
Ramon Nunes Medeiros
Linux Technology Center Brazil
IBM Systems & Technology Group
Phone : +55 19 2132 7878
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