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Use Sassc #119
You'll need one of the Sprockets 4.0 betas -- but working off of master might be preferable (there's been a lot of work since the last beta was released)
gem 'sprockets', github: 'rails/sprockets'
It should pick up SassC then (you'll see that entry in startup change to
I'm curious, was the next line on startup not
I created this gem several months ago, but it has been sitting in my company’s private gem repo. Seeing that someone is asking about this, I have pushed it to rubygems.org. Source code is available here. Note that this is only a temporary solution before Sprockets 4.x can be released.
Hope this helps.