css2stylus

Converts CSS to Stylus.

css2stylus.js

JavaScript utility to convert CSS into Stylus.

Node/Browser compatible.

###Try it online css2stylus.com

Install the module

$ npm install -g css2stylus
$ css2stylus
 
Usage: css2stylus [options] <file1.css> <file2.css>
 
Supports bash-style piping from stdin to stdout, e.g. `cat myFile.css | css2stylus` outputs myFile.css as stylus. Useful for integrating into an editor of choice.
 
Examples:
  css2stylus -u -i 4 file1.css         Use 4 space ndent and convert file1.css while unprefixing.
  css2stylus -c file1.css file2.css    Preserve CSS syntax while converting multiple files.
 
 
Options:
  -u, --unPrefix   Un-prefix any property with vendor prefixes.
  -c, --cssSyntax  Keep CSS syntax punctuation.
  -f, --force      Overwrite existing .styl files
  -i, --indent     Set indentation level

Convert any css file:

$ css2stylus myfile.css

The output will be saved to myfile.styl.

The binary is also capable of piping from stdin, stdout. This is useful for integrating the binary with Vim or another editor of your choice.

Vim mapping to convert the selected CSS text to stylus:

" CSS2Stylus
:vnoremap <leader>cs :!css2stylus -u -i 4<cr><esc>
<!doctype html>
  <title>Demo</title>
  <script src="css2stylus.js"></script> 
  <script>
  (function () {
    var css = 'body { color: red; }';
    var converter = new Css2Stylus.Converter(css);
    converter.processCss();
    // output 
    var stylus_output = converter.getStylus();
    // body 
    //   color red 
  }());
  </script> 

To keep CSS punctuation {:;} just pass --cssSyntax option from command line.

Or pass options object when processing a CSS file from JavaScript converter.processCss({ cssSyntax: true });

Unprefix any CSS snippet with vendor prefixes by passing --unPrefix option from command line.

Or pass an options object when processing a CSS file from JavaScript converter.processCss({ unPrefix: true });

See LICENSE.txt