Django Compressor

Compresses linked and inline JavaScript or CSS into a single cached file.

Why another static file combiner for Django?

Short version: None of them did exactly what I needed.

Long version:

JS/CSS belong in the templates
Every static combiner for Django I’ve seen makes you configure your static files in your While that works, it doesn’t make sense. Static files are for display. And it’s not even an option if your settings are in completely different repositories and use different deploy processes from the templates that depend on them.
Django Compressor doesn’t care if different pages use different combinations of statics. It doesn’t care if you use inline scripts or styles. It doesn’t get in the way.
Automatic regeneration and cache-foreverable generated output
Statics are never stale and browsers can be told to cache the output forever.
Full test suite
It has one.