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Re: bootstrap.min.js in pydoctor

On 2020/03/05 00:47, Sam Hartman wrote:
>     Anthony> Files:
>     Anthony> debian/missing-sources/pydoctor/templates/bootstrap.css
>     Anthony> pydoctor/templates/bootstrap.min.css Copyright: 2011-2015
>     Anthony> Twitter, Inc.  Embedded copy of normalize.css v3.0.2:
>     Anthony> 2011-2014 Nicolas Gallagher License: Expat Comment: These
>     Anthony> files are copies of vanilla Bootstrap v3.3.4 CSS files,
>     Anthony> identical to those distributed on Bootstrap CDN: *
>     Anthony> https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.4/css/bootstrap.css
>     Anthony> *
>     Anthony> https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.4/css/bootstrap.min.css
> Is the css file actually source code though?
> At least for bootstrap 4, the source code is in sas and the css is not
> the preferred form for modification.
> I think bootstrap has been using sas for a long time, so I suspect css
> is not source code for bootstrap 3 either.

That's not really an issue in the context of the original question,
Anthony's answer is the correct approach here, that is, patch the
application (or use a symlink or whatever) to use the CSS file provided
by the libjs-bootstrap4 package.

Using the CSS file from the libjs-bootstrap4 doesn't present any kind of
DFSG issue since that package builds the CSS file from the original sass
sources, see:


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