A nodejs script that allows you to watch a folder for changes and compile the less css files into another folder, optionally passing original lessc compiler arguments. When the --line-numbers=mediaquery argument is used, this nodejs script will fix the syntax so that webkit understands it too.
I only added those latter modifications. All credits should go to those who did the most work (which is like 99%):
Jonathan Cheung for writing the entire less watcher https://github.com/jonycheung/Dead-Simple-LESS-Watch-Compiler
Mikeal Rogers for writing the original folder watch script https://github.com/mikeal/watch
First, install LESS. Best to make them accessible from anywhere in your shell.
npm install less --global
Then, install lesswatch.
npm install lesswatch --global
lesswatch [options] <source-folder> <destination-folder>
lesswatch --line-numbers=mediaquery less css
That will watch ./less folder and compile the less css files into ./css when they are added/changed and add mediaquery-formatted debug info to the css for debugging with webkit-inspector.
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.style.cssare ignored. This behavior can be changed in the