Package python3-module-django-minify-html: Information

    Source package: python3-module-django-minify-html
    Version: 1.7.1-alt1
    Build time:  Apr 9, 2024, 08:38 PM
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    License: MIT
    Summary: Use minify-html, the extremely fast HTML + JS + CSS minifier, with Django.
    HTML minification is an underappreciated techinque for web optimization.
    It can yield significant savings, even on top of other tools like
    compression with Brotli or Gzip.
    There are other minifiers out there, but in benchmarks minify-html
    surpasses them all. It's a really well optimized and tested Rust library,
    and seems to be the best available HTML minifier.
    Some CDN's provide automatic minification, such as CloudFlare. This can be
    convenient, since it requires no application changes. But it adds some
    overhead: non-minified HTML has to first be transferred to the CDN, and
    the CDN has to parse the response, and recombine it. It also means that
    you don't get to see the potential side effects of minification until your
    code is live. Overall it should be faster and more predictable to minify
    within Django, at the point of HTML generation.

    List of rpms provided by this srpm:
    python3-module-django-minify-html (loongarch64)

    Maintainer: Dmitry Lyalyaev

    List of contributors:
    Dmitry Lyalyaev

      1. python3(pytest)
      2. python3(pytest_django)
      3. python3(pytest_randomly)
      4. python3(tox)
      5. python3(tox_no_deps)
      6. python3-module-coverage
      7. python3-module-django
      8. python3-module-django-tests
      9. python3-module-minify-html
      10. python3-module-pyproject-installer >= 0.4.0
      11. python3-module-setuptools
      12. python3-module-wheel
      13. rpm-build-python3

    Last changed

    April 9, 2024 Dmitry Lyalyaev 1.7.1-alt1
    - 1.5.0 -> 1.7.1
    June 9, 2023 Dmitry Lyalyaev 1.5.0-alt2
    - fix FTBFS due to tests failed
    April 19, 2023 Dmitry Lyalyaev 1.5.0-alt1
    - New version 1.5.0
      + migrate to pyproject