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Bug#758278: marked as done (ITP: python-xstatic-jsencrypt -- JSEncrypt XStatic support)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #758278,
regarding ITP: python-xstatic-jsencrypt -- JSEncrypt XStatic support
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Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Thomas Goirand <zigo@debian.org>

* Package name    : python-xstatic-jsencrypt
  Version         :
  Upstream Author : Radomir Dopieralski <openstack@sheep.art.pl>
* URL             : https://github.com/stackforge/xstatic-jsencrypt
* License         : Expat
  Programming Lang: Python
  Description     : JSEncrypt XStatic support

 XStatic is a packaging standard to package external (often 3rd party) static
 files as a Python package, so they are easily usable on all operating systems,
 with any package management system or even without one.
 Many Python projects need to use some specific data files, like javascript,
 css, java applets, images, etc. Sometimes these files belong to YOUR project
 (then you may want to package them separately, but you could also just put
 them into your main package). But in many other cases, those files are
 maintained by someone else (like jQuery javascript library or even much bigger
 js libraries or applications) and you definitely do not really want to merge
 them into your project. So, you want to have static file packages, but you
 don’t want to get lots of stuff you do not want. Thus, stuff required by
 XStatic file packages (especially the main, toplevel XStatic package) tries to
 obey to be a MINIMAL, no-fat thing. XStatic doesn't "sell" any web framework
 or other stuff you don't want. Maybe there will be optional XStatic extensions
 for all sorts of stuff, but they won't be required if you just want the files.
 By having static files in packages, it is also easier to build virtual envs,
 support linux/bsd/... distribution package maintainers and even windows
 installs using the same mechanism.
 This package provides JSEncrypt support as a Python module.

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