Since this requires the installation of an additional xml file for firefox support, it is provided as a pattern. To install: compass -p ellipsis To use: Mix +ellipsis into a selector targeting the textual element that will truncate via ellipsis. By default, ellipsis text is set tono-wrap. Pass false as the first argument if you don't want that. Note: Firefox is the lame browser in this respect, it requires a lot of bending over backwards and has many quirky behaviors. Please read the blog post at http://mattsnider.com/css/css-string-truncation-with-ellipsis/ for a full explanation of the issues. Also note that ellipsis text is white-space sensitive in Firefox, an issue that is sure to affect Haml users more than most.
…used to refer to assets that are relative to the css directory.
…to have it installed into the same location as what it is like.
…assets is now controlled by a separate configuration flag and can be set via a command-line switch.
… file (on watch) Per https://prototype.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8888/tickets/16-permission-denied-building-via-sprockets-on-windows you can't do File.utime on an open file in Windows. Changed the reading of the existing file to IO.read() which will close the file on completion of the read.