I use it a lot, but only for development / cut up. Save both template.css and template.less in my /stylesheets/ directory so that if I need to change something later, i have all the variables set up, I only do this because of my work place and the production environment doesn’t lend itself well with preprocessed CSS.
If I could be the only one, ever, to touch the CSS, then LESS would be my only choice, ever, I love it that much.
So I do what I said above, keeping both files, in the end it’s the .css that is read, not the less, unless you plan on using the LESS.js as your main “go to” in browser compiler, in which case, it’s awesome, but has that one pitfall….if js is disabled, then your CSS is not executed.
All in all, it’s worth playing with. If you want to try out my personal “/base/” for using LESS (plus a grid I made using less) then download this base.zip ( user/pass: IC2010nd )
My /base/ comes with CSS3Pie for IE, HTML ready (trunk.js for IE), and even a PNG transparency fix for IE6
@jamy_za I just started learning it and I think it’s great! I even added less style page themes to AnythingSlider! I haven’t noticed any performance problems, but you basically have control of how long the selectors end up being.
@Hompimpa, we also have option to compile the .less file to a .css file.
There are few compilers to do that job. (Eg. winLess)