A straight conversion of Dijit's Claro theme from LESS to Stylus.
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form
images
layout
Calendar.styl
Calendar_rtl.styl
ColorPalette.styl
Common.styl
Dialog.styl
Dialog_rtl.styl
Editor.styl
Editor_rtl.styl
InlineEditBox.styl
Menu.styl
Menu_rtl.styl
ProgressBar.styl
ProgressBar_rtl.styl
README.md
TimePicker.styl
TimePicker_rtl.styl
TitlePane.styl
TitlePane_rtl.styl
Toolbar.styl
Toolbar_rtl.styl
Tree.styl
claro.css
claro_rtl.css
document.styl
variables.styl

README.md

Dijit Claro Stylus Conversion

This repository contains a port of Dijit's Claro theme (as of Dojo version 1.9.1) from LESS to Stylus.

Note: conversions for Dojo 1.7 and 1.8 are available on separate branches:

Usage

To generate the CSS resources, install Stylus (e.g. using NPM), then within the directory this repository was cloned to, run...

stylus . form layout

Notes

The results of this conversion have been checked for accuracy via the following processes:

  • Compared CSS output of both LESS and Stylus for (near-)matching values
  • Compared diffs between the previous and current Dojo version's LESS against the corresponding diffs between the 1.7 and 1.8 conversions in this repository
  • Visually compared using dijit/themes/themeTester.html

Differences

The intent of this conversion is generally to maintain parity with the CSS output by Claro's LESS resources. To some extent there are minor differences, including blank lines, line breaks between multiple selectors, and off-by-one differences from BIFs such as saturate, lighten, and darken.

Any notable or intentional differences between Claro's LESS resources and the Stylus resources in this conversion are explained below.

Disabled Text Input Styles

There was a noticeable difference in the result of 2 calculations for disabled textbox/textarea styles for WebKit in form/Common.css, which have had their source values tweaked such that the resulting output matches the output from Claro's form/Common.less.

The alpha-white-gradient Mixin

The input argument format to the alpha-white-gradient mixin differs from the overloaded set of mixins in Claro's variables.less, in order to allow a single mixin to handle any number of arguments.

In variables.styl, the alpha-white-gradient mixin expects an optional direction followed by any number of tuples containing 2 values, the first being an alpha value and the second being the position within the gradient at which to apply it. For example:

alpha-white-gradient((0.3 0%), (0 100%))

Or, with a direction:

alpha-white-gradient(left, (0.3 0%), (0 100%))

Note that this does not affect the CSS output at all, only the styl files.

License

The contents of this repository are available under the same dual modified BSD / AFL 2.1 license as the Dojo Toolkit.