vondruch at redhat.com
Mon Jul 15 12:02:54 UTC 2013
Dne 15.7.2013 13:13, Axilleas Pipinellis napsal(a):
> I have submitted a review request of bootstrap-sass  and after a
> discussion with Troy, we kinda agreed to ship only what is included
> Whereas this might seem like a solution by the standards of Fedora
> guidelines , I am curious whether this package will work after all.
> (Please take a moment to read our discussion. I thought that it would
> be better to further discuss it here for future reference.)
> have to also install Twitter bootstrap separately for this to work?
> There is also a gem named twitter-bootstrap-rails  that does the same
> job but ships the native less css. So, I get it that a rails app can
> have either one of these gems, right?
> even if this seems like bundling.
> On a side note, I have been following the packaging ML and the
> them in `_assetdir` as stated by . I think bootstrap-sass case falls
> in second bullet.
> become official.
>  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=982679
>  https://github.com/seyhunak/twitter-bootstrap-rails
I would use the JS exception. It is the same case as jQuery. Once there
will be JS guidelines, I would fix the package (not that I think it will
be that easy :/). Removing the JS from boostrap would make it
unexpectedly broken IMO.
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