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Suggested by @pathawks in #6008
Compress Sass output
What is the purpose of this?
sh 'curl "https://necolas.github.io/normalize.css/latest/normalize.css" -o "_normalize.scss"'
It seems that previously we used a Sass workflow, and now we rely entirely on GitHub Pages pipeline. We therefore can simplify here to the bare minimum, you're right.
Suggestion applied. 🖖
Simplify update_normalize site task
Just copy the latest version to the Website Sass folder and let Jekyll handle the compression.
…as long as there isn't some reason I'm not thinking of to not do this
This is automatically done in production - are you seeing different results on jekyllrb.com?
@parkr https://jekyllrb.com/css/screen.css does not look compressed to me
You're absolutely right! It defaults to :compact, which isn't the same.
@jekyllbot: merge +docs
Update history to reflect merge of #6009 [ci skip]