A SASS compiler for Mimosa 2.0+
This is a SASS compiler for the Mimosa build tool.
You can use this module for both Ruby SASS and node-sass.
For more information regarding Mimosa, see http://mimosa.io
1.1.0 works with Mimosa
2.0.8 and above.
Note: Using version
2.0+ with the node-sass compiler requires
1.0+ of that compiler.
'sass' to your list of modules. That's all! Mimosa will install the module for you when you start
mimosa watch or
This module will compile SASS files during
mimosa watch and
mimosa build and includes compilation with compass.
Ruby is SASS' source language and the node.js version is a port of the Ruby functionality to node.js.
This module does not come bundled with the node.js version as it can occasionally cause installation issues, but this module is ready to use the node version if it is provided. Use the
lib setting to provide a node-sass compiler. (Ex:
lib: require('node-sass')). By default the Ruby version is enabled, but if
lib is provided, node-sass will be used.
Compass (Ruby install) does not have a node.js port, so to use SASS and Compass together, Ruby SASS must be used.
If using node-sass, this module includes support for inline (dynamic) source maps. Source maps will be created for your compiled sass file and included at the bottom of the compiled CSS. This is enabled by default for
mimosa build is presumed to not be a dev time task, therefore source maps are disabled.
sass:sourceMap: truelib:extensions: "sass" "scss"includePaths:
sourceMap, a boolean, whether or not source maps are provided during
mimosa watchfor node-sass compilation. If you are using Ruby sass, this setting is not used. If you are running
mimosa build, set setting is automatically set to
lib: Using the
libproperty you can provide a node version of SASS. You must have
npm installed into your project and then provide it to
lib. For instance:
extensions: an array of strings, the extensions of your SASS files.
includePaths: an array of path strings to look for any @imported files.