1.1.4 Please #73

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machineghost opened this Issue Apr 24, 2012 · 9 comments

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My team gets pyScss (and all our other Python libraries) using PIP. However, this is problematic, because pyScss has features which aren't yet in the PIP release, such as the ability to run pyScss from the command-line using Python 2.6/2.5. Since we'd really rather not put the entire pyScss source tree in to our source repository, it would be very handy to get a new PIP release of pyScss.

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machineghost May 31, 2012

Is there any way that a user like myself could entice the developer(s) to fix this ticket? Free beers maybe? It seems really simple ...

Is there any way that a user like myself could entice the developer(s) to fix this ticket? Free beers maybe? It seems really simple ...

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machineghost Jun 5, 2012

Shoot, no one is reading these, and the last commit was over two months ago ... please tell me the PyScss project isn't dead :-(

(I'd really hate to have install ruby on all of our production servers just to have SCSS...)

Shoot, no one is reading these, and the last commit was over two months ago ... please tell me the PyScss project isn't dead :-(

(I'd really hate to have install ruby on all of our production servers just to have SCSS...)

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jleclanche Jul 9, 2012

If you want, you can just install from git directly from pip:

pip install git+git://github.com/Kronuz/pyScss.git

If you want, you can just install from git directly from pip:

pip install git+git://github.com/Kronuz/pyScss.git

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yvess Aug 8, 2012

I installed it with pip from github. But I would prefer to have a real 1.1.4. I need the firesass support which isn't present in 1.1.3.

yvess commented Aug 8, 2012

I installed it with pip from github. But I would prefer to have a real 1.1.4. I need the firesass support which isn't present in 1.1.3.

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Kronuz Aug 8, 2012

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I've updated to 1.1.4 in PyPI. Cheers!

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Kronuz commented Aug 8, 2012

I've updated to 1.1.4 in PyPI. Cheers!

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yvess Aug 8, 2012

wow that was fast, thanks :-)

yvess commented Aug 8, 2012

wow that was fast, thanks :-)

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ulyssesv Dec 3, 2012

Can you do the same for 1.1.5?

Thanks!

ulyssesv commented Dec 3, 2012

Can you do the same for 1.1.5?

Thanks!

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zalun Feb 5, 2013

is there 1.1.5?

zalun commented Feb 5, 2013

is there 1.1.5?

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eevee May 3, 2013

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Current PyPI version is 1.1.5.

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eevee commented May 3, 2013

Current PyPI version is 1.1.5.

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