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Allow conversion that's not dependent on Files #2

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craigburke opened this Issue Sep 9, 2016 · 2 comments

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craigburke commented Sep 9, 2016

Very cool project. I'm interested to see how it evolves.

I was thinking it would be nice to be able to covert a String value instead of having input and output files (something like this):

String grooCss = "p { border '1px solid black'}"
String result = GrooCSS.covert(grooCss)

Even a convert method that used an InputStream and an OutputStream would give some more flexibility and allow it to be used in a project like the Asset Pipeline.

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Thanks for the interest. This is a great idea!

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adamldavis commented Sep 9, 2016

Thanks for the interest. This is a great idea!

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Added several varieties of convert (and synonymous "process") that take String, InputStream & OutputStream, or Reader & PrintWriter. All take an optional Config parameter, and optional charset which defaults to UTF-8. Closing.

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adamldavis commented Sep 14, 2016

Added several varieties of convert (and synonymous "process") that take String, InputStream & OutputStream, or Reader & PrintWriter. All take an optional Config parameter, and optional charset which defaults to UTF-8. Closing.

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