gulp-recess

Lint CSS and LESS with RECESS

gulp-recess

Lint CSS and LESS with RECESS

Issues with the output should be reported on the RECESS issue tracker.

$ npm install --save-dev gulp-recess
var gulp = require('gulp');
var recess = require('gulp-recess');
 
gulp.task('default', function () {
    return gulp.src('src/app.css')
        .pipe(recess())
        .pipe(recess.reporter())
        .pipe(gulp.dest('dist'));
});

Options can be specified programmatically as part of the task configuration using the options below. Additionally or alternatively, you can use a .recessrc file to specify the options.

The compress and compile options from RECESS are intentionally missing. Separate tasks like gulp-csso and gulp-less will do a much better job.

Run recess on each file

// default options 
includePath: []             // Additional paths to look for `@import`'ed LESS files. 
strictPropertyOrder: true   // Complains if not strict property order 
noIDs: true                 // Doesn't complain about using IDs in your stylesheets 
noJSPrefix: true            // Doesn't complain about styling .js- prefixed classnames 
noOverqualifying: true      // Doesn't complain about overqualified selectors (ie: div#foo.bar) 
noUnderscores: true         // Doesn't complain about using underscores in your class names 
noUniversalSelectors: true  // Doesn't complain about using the universal * selector 
zeroUnits: true             // Doesn't complain if you add units to values of 0 

Writes .recess object to each vinyl object:

{
    success: true,          // Did it succeed? 
    status: 'Perfect!',     // Recess status 
    failureCount: 0,        // Number of errors 
    results: [],            // Recess failure details 
    errors: [],             // Recess errors 
    options: {}             // The options passed to Recess 
}

Write the report on each failing file. (Passing files write no output.)

// default options 
fail: true                  // If true, it writes error event on failure 
minimal: false              // If true, it only lists failure filenames omitting details 

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