So, it's just a matter of good planning. But, don't forget, the first release is at least 3 years ago already, and I had been working on it then already another 2 years :)
If I make a tiny_components directory as a sibling of the bower_components directory, they both resolve properly when served, but individual component dependencies between tiny components and bower_components don't resolve properly (as you point out in the show). And you can't use the "extends" functionality to extend a component found in bower_components.
In the Java world, we usually use a local Maven (~/.m2/repository), or Ivy repository directory, where all 3rd party libraries are downloaded and stored. Any time we make a dependency reference to it, the resolver, uses that Maven repository directory. We don't check 3rd party dependencies with the rest of the source code. Is there a similar approach that can be used either with polyserve, or with bower?
I never check bower_components into git, only the bower.json file.
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