jQuery is also included with the assets. Although the project is released under Apache License 2.0, jQuery is covered separately by MIT license. See LICENSE and LICENSE-jQuery files for more details.
To install, use pip or easy_install:
pip install django-bootstrap-assets
Next, add one of the preferred pluggable apps to INSTALLED_APPS. For example, if we want to install Bootstrap and all of the plugins at once:
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'bootstrap_all', ... )
Apps are explained in Structure of the packages section.
This project is divided into four packages. Each package contains a pluggable Django app which provides static assets.
Each package has normal Django app structure with a static directory containing the assets.
The bootstrap_all app simply contains symlinks to all of the assets in other three apps.
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