So I made an effort to safely add Haml and Sass support to Jekyll. In additition to disabled ruby evaluation, Haml engine is set to :ugly which have to improve overall parsing speed.
Include option fixes https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/issues/issue/55/, but more flexible than in mojombo#261
All features are covered with tests, but I'm open to your suggestions and corrections.
Dealing with all that file inclusion/exclusion with the help of Regexp
Supporting Haml in templates
Supporting Sass pages
Added basic Compass support
I would love to have this merged +1
Does it support layout HAML too?
@Nerian, yes, haml test describes that
@nashbridges Awesome. It would be great if it supported sass syntax too :)
Vote for this.
Merge pull request #409 from wagenet/master
Fix non-pygments code highlighting
Merge branch 'haml_template' of github.com:nashbridges/jekyll into ha…
fix for #53
If there is any activity still around this PR. It might be best to not include HAML/SASS/Compass in the .gemspec as not everyone is going to want those included, and do a begin/rescue where you require them and display a polite error message asking the user to install those.