A shell script that creates a folder structure for yo' Sass.
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Sass-Struct

Why?

While searching the web for best-practices regarding Sass project structures, I stumbled upon one which I really liked. Now, none of us want to sit and create the same file structure again and again everytime we pick up a new front-end project, right? Automation to the rescue! This is why I wrote this script.

You can read more about the Sass folder structure I refer to here: http://www.sitepoint.com/architecture-sass-project/

Bonus

The script also asks the users if they want to install Bourbon[1] and Neat[2] along with the whole structure generation. This will obviously only work if you have the respective gems installed.

[1] https://github.com/thoughtbot/bourbon
[2] https://github.com/thoughtbot/neat

Usage

  • Clone the repo onto your computer.
  • Copy the 'sass.sh' file to a location where you you want to the sass structure generated (for instance, the assets folder)
  • cd into the location where you placed the script and run:
./sass.sh
  • A 'sass' directory will be created for you with the folder structure and imports. Sass-away!