Give help. Get help.
Guys it is ready for testing !
Compile Less, Sass, Scss, Stylus, Jade, Coffeescript, Haml and Markdown with live browser refresh.
FREE and OPEN SOURCE for windows.
Aaah dude, you’re one day too late. I bought Compass.app yesterday :P
:) You can use Prepros because it’s not just sass compiler.
I might give it a try, even though I only use Sass for the moment. The only other thing I’m interested in would be markdown.
I am preparing docs, In the meantime you can take help of tooltips on the icons :).
Will you enable regular Js/jQuery compression? :)
@limex Please open an issue on github.
Tool tips don’t seem to offer much in the way of explaining how to set up my projects.
Do I need to have Compass installed?
Do I need an SCSS folder etc.
You do not need anything other than app.
You need not to put files on the scss folder you can put them anywhere inside project folder.
Don’t forget to refresh files with the refresh icon on the bottom left after you add new file.
So how does it know where to output an scss file?
Please read the FAQ, http://alphapixels.com/prepros/faq.html
Anyone have any tips with getting this app to work along side Zurb Foundation?
Don’t see why not but it looks like a lot of set-up.
I guess you probably know this already, but Dropbox refuses sharing the installer since there’s too much traffic.
You might want to replace Dropbox with something else or just provide a mirror.
Can’t wait to try this out, struggling with Mixture for 2 weeks, it’s great, but buggy as hell.
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