provide non-minified options for jquery.js, underscore.js, all others
Projects that wish to include pre-build Sphinx HTML documentation in their source distributions (e.g. SQLAlchemy, Mako, Alembic) are prevented from being packaged in Debian (and possibly Fedora and Redhat) packages, due to the presence of minified .js files. The .js files that are present in Sphinx templates/basic appear to be only the minified versions with no option to install the full source distributions. Debian package maintainers need to untar my source distros, remove the Sphinx documentation, and re-zip the files, and i regularly get pinged from them for me to fix this issue, when IMHO this is an upstream issue.
I could of course rework all of my Sphinx builds to include non-minified versions of these, but then all of my projects would need to track every single .js file that Sphinx uses, and additionally would break again each time Sphinx adds a new .js file. It would be much preferable if Sphinx could provide this feature.
I propose that Sphinx include both standard and minified versions of all .js files which are packaged in its base templates, and provide an option in conf.py which allows selection of "non-minified" .js (and any other minified) files.