- Automatically compile scss files on save.
- 5542 Installs
This extension is allowed to:
- Launch Subprocesses
Sass Extension for Nova
Converts scss files into css files automatically on save.
- Converts scss files into css files automatically on save
- Automatically create source maps
- Generated css can be compressed or expanded
- Notification of compile errors
Before using this extension, you must ensure that
sass is installed on your system. One method is using Homebrew.
- Install Homebrew.
- Via Terminal run
brew install sass/sass/sass
- Open Nova.
- Choose menu Extensions > Extension Library...
- Search extension
- Click Install.
Controls the output style of the resulting CSS.
Tells Sass whether to emit a CSS file when an error occurs during compilation.
Generate Source Map
External, Internal, Off
Source maps are files that tell browsers or other tools that consume CSS how that CSS corresponds to the Sass files from which it was generated. They make it possible to see and even edit your Sass files in browsers.
Manually set the path that an update will be performed on, relative to the workspace directory.
Manually set the output path of the generated css files, relative to the workspace directory.
Manually enter or select the scss binary location.
- As default the scss processor will compile in the current directory. If the current directory name is
scssit will start at the parent. This allows us to use the following directory structure where the
combined.scssincludes styles from the sub folder:
project project/assets/css project/assets/css/combined.css project/assets/css/combined.scss project/assets/css/scss project/assets/css/scss/_include.scss
combined.scss are saved the compiler will run on the directory
- Fixed bug where the output path was not relative to the workspace path
- Added support for .sass file extensions and indented format
- Added preference for an output directory relative to workspace
- Added preference to manually set the path that an update will be performed on, relative to the workspace directory
- Added preference for the compile scope
- Icon change and internal re-structure
- Auto hide the error notification after 10 seconds or if the file is re-saved without an error.
- Other bug fixes
- See README Notes for a change to the compile directory
- Updated README
- Changed the update root from the workspace root to the files current directory
- Updated Icon
- Bug fix if only one line of message
- Remove unused preference
- Removed Editor command option
- Implemented the preferences
- Bug fixes and code cleanup
- Wording updates
- Added notification when a compile error occurs
- Just README changes
- Basic functional release
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