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Is it necessary to compile sass files? #97

indieveed opened this Issue Sep 16, 2014 · 1 comment


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indieveed commented Sep 16, 2014

I do not quite understand the decision to compile sass and include it into html inside a style tag. It is not much convenient for our workflow: usually you already compile styles into a .css file (using compass, grunt, gulp, whatever). So why do we need it?

Frankly speaking, I thought about it when we've got errors with compiling sass files during livingstyleguide compiling process.

Also, I do not want to recompile the whole styleguide only when i change my styles a little, but I would like to see the changes I made to css.

So I think it could be nice to have an option not to compile sass files, include external (already compiled) css file. Because really, all I want from auto-generated styleguide is a guide, not styles (which I already have compiled).


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indieveed commented Sep 16, 2014

seems like I have an answer to my own issue and I can use not a compiled css, shame on me #94

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