I’ve already found one minor problem with markdown compiling… I include anchor tags (`text`) within my markdown, and the compiler translates that into `<a name="anchor">text</a>`.
I didn’t test other HTML markup, but it [should be allowed](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax#html).
And, very nice work!
i followed your lead, but i am getting an error message while installing compass..it says “ERROR: While executing gem … (OpenSSl::SSL::SSlError)
SSL_connect returned=1 errno=0 state=SSLv3 read server hello A: sslv3 alert illegal parameter”
I had the same error message while installing sass, but later it worked.
I have a simple issue with scout and my compass/sass project.
Scout is using it’s own gem directory and does not find the ruby directory.
For example, i have installed twitter-bootstrap gem and it went in my ruby->gems directory
I find it when in my console i try: gem -v bootstrap-sass
But when i launch scout application and trying to compile, it keeps telling me it can’t find the gem:
LoadError on line 1038 of org/jruby/RubyKernel.java: no such file to load — bootstrap-sass
require' C:\workspace\www\test_bootstrap_sass\config.rb:20:inparse_string’ org/jruby/RubyKernel.java:1088:in
eval' C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/configuration/serialization.rb:24:inparse_string’ C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/configuration/serialization.rb:15:in
open' C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/configuration/serialization.rb:14:in_parse’ C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/configuration/file_data.rb:7:in
new_from_file' C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/configuration/inheritance.rb:204:inwith_defaults’ C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/configuration/file_data.rb:6:in
new_from_file' C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/configuration/helpers.rb:42:inconfiguration_for’ C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/configuration/helpers.rb:97:in
add_project_configuration' C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/commands/project_base.rb:31:inadd_project_configuration’ C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/commands/project_base.rb:25:in
configure!' C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/commands/project_base.rb:15:ininitialize’ C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/commands/update_project.rb:37:in
initialize' C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/exec/sub_command_ui.rb:42:inperform!’ C:/Program Files/Scout/vendor/gems/gems/compass-0.12.2/lib/compass/exec/sub_command_ui.rb:15:in
run!' C:\Program Files\Scout\bin\compass:12:in(root)’
As you can see scout does not target the ruby directory path for gems.
How can i change this?
I was having a headache finding a solution for this in windows env and finally found Prepros.
It saved my day, i can now use my custom ruby install and gems and everything is just fine now.
I don’t even need the paid features for this software. I strongly recommend it.
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