Sass compiler needs to be installed for plugin to work. This means that
needs to be found in path. Sass can be installed by by installing
gem install sass
You can verify that
sass has been installed by following command:
% sass -v Sass 3.1.16 (Brainy Betty)
Add following to your projects
resolvers += "Sonatype OSS Releases" at "https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/releases" addSbtPlugin("net.litola" % "play-sass" % "0.3.0")
In addition you'll need to add settings to your project. On Play 2.2 this is
done by modifying
build.sbt and adding import for the SassPlugin, and adding
import net.litola.SassPlugin play.Project.playScalaSettings ++ SassPlugin.sassSettings
On Play 2.1 and Play 2.0 you should do following changes to
import net.litola.SassPlugin val main = PlayProject(appName, appVersion, appDependencies, mainLang = SCALA).settings( SassPlugin.sassSettings:_* )
This adds Sass asset compiler to Play project.
*.scss files in
directories will then be automatically compiled to
*.css files. Files starting with
_-character will be left out from compilation as per Play convention.
If you would like to pass your own command line arguments to Sass call, you can
do it by overriding
Sassplugin.sassOptions. For example to use Compass you can use
play.Project.playScalaSettings ++ SassPlugin.sassSettings ++ Seq(SassPlugin.sassOptions := Seq("--compass", "-r", "compass"))
The newest version only support Play 2.2. If you need support for older versions, please use 0.2.x or 0.1.x series.
- 0.3.0 [2013-09-25] Supports Play 2.2 (Thanks to Nilanjan Raychaudhuri and Zarkus13)
- 0.2.0 [2013-03-01] Supports Play 2.1
- 0.1.3 [2013-02-04] Sass command line options can be overridden. Do not override settings in plugin (Thanks to Kenji Yoshida). Made play-sass available via Sonatype.
- 0.1.2 [2012-11-16] Minimal windows support by Kalle Bertell. Changed to use play 2.0.4.
- 0.1.1 [2012-08-10] Dependency tracking for imported files. Should behave correctly with incrementalAssetsCompilation := true. Changed to use play 2.0.3, sbt 0.11.3.
- 0.1.0 [2012-05-04] Initial release
This plugin is based on Johannes Emerich's play-stylus plugin for handling Stylus assets.
Copyright (c) 2012-2013 Juha Litola
MIT-style license, see details from LICENSE file.