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After upgrading less.js to 1.5.1 (latest, adviced, version), the resulting CSS is not minified anymore.
Seeing this also. Definitely a breaking change in 1.5.1 (or one of it's dependencies). Downgrading back to 1.5.0 resolves it
Is this related to:
"In usage, we do no longer support the yui-compress option due to a bug in ycssmin which was not getting fixed. We have switched to clean-css. If you use this option it will use clean-css and output a warning. The new option is called –clean-css."
Reinstalling WinLess resolves this problem, but it's not the optimal solution ofcourse.
@Firesphere are you allowing winless to upgrade the bundled version of Less when you run it though - or sticking with the version bundled in the installer?
I update when the system says there's an update. This includes bundled versions of external systems.
Yup. Also experiencing the same problem.
WinLess version: 1.8.2
LESS.js version: 1.6.0
I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling without any luck.
The problem is indeed that the name of the less.js minify parameter changed. This should be fixed in WinLess.
@marklagendijk Thanks for the reply! Any idea on a possible ETA for a fix?
Thanks for a great app!
Yep. ETA is a couple of minutes ago.
Heh, nice one, thank you!
This issue is back with v1.8.3 and re-installing WinLess did not help.
Also, when re-installing WinLess, all folders/settings are lost. Not funny.
Yup, same issue here... anyone have a link to download v1.6?
I stopped using WinLess all together now.
Now using the less compilers and css compression stuff in PhpStorm (File Watchers).