TD;DR: Use the following in your
However, there sometimes are packages which are not available on Atmosphere but are available via Bower. Actually, any git repository can be installed and updated via Bower. Though it would be nice to release a new package on Atmosphere, but it is best to pick your battles; if you want to build something fast, then one shouldn’t be taking detours. Also, packages like meteor-typescript-libs and DefinitelyTyped, which are helper files for compiling Typescript files, are not well suited to be Meteor packages.
The default directory
bower installs its components in is
.folder. Meteor does not pick up files which are in a folder whose name starts with a period.
Now to actually get the file to be picked up by Meteor, just include a symbolic link from the
.folder to a place where Meteor will pick it up.
The symbolic linking problem could be automated, but not until the Bower team can decided the format of specifying the