Pull in all child libraries of a library/module/theme with dependencies in yml

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Well, I suppose if you want to pull them all in, you can nest them under 1 library definition.

Or, add another library definition that contains all of the resources, so you can still use multiple or the whole shebang if you want to.

Tags: Drupal 8

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