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People! Do you know if there is something similar to gulp and modules like minify, uglify, smooth, etc (for HTML, CSS and JS) that runs in Python instead of nodejs? I can't install nodejs/npm in my job because "open source software is dangerous" :)

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    @terraria99 It's not my fault that my boss and the IT team are stupid.
    The are telling me to put a nail in the wall but they don't wanna give me the fucking hammer.
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    Python is open source
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    But python is open source as well...
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    Maaaan, that's called lazyness.
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    Open source is dangerous, can't use NodeJS.

    Installs python Instead, a fucking open source language 😂

    What magic mushroom did I just eat?
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    i wouldn't want to work where you can't use node as front end development tool.
    What's the justification behind this retarded policy?
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    @heyheni node -> frontend. Like, really? 😐
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    @irene yes, gulp, minify, webpack are front end development tools which require node locally.
    I consider node as backend if you'd use as a server (express) over the internet as a part of a service.
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    @heyheni those tools are backend anyway. They are not on client.
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    tools for frontend development
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    I know Python is open source but seem like they don't know what the fuck that means. They didn't block Python because some of the software that they use requires it. I'm very confused just like you.
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    Can't you point them to Nexus IQ?
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    @Robinha Never heard about Nexus IQ and I didn't understand what is it :/
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    @LuxARTS seems like iq nexus enforces the companys open source policy. So for example management could allow the use of node but disallow some npm packages. And Nexus screens packages for vuneralbies like a anti virus.
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