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Since Compass v0.12.0, this is the only way to use compass with your rails application.
Supports Rails 3.2, 4.x releases.
compass-rails gem line to your application's Gemfile
gem 'sass-rails' gem 'compass-rails'
If you are using any Compass extensions, add them to this group in your Gemfile.
And then execute:
application.css.sass and then
@import compass and your own stylesheets to your hearts content. E.g.:
@import "compass"; @import "your_project/mixins"; @import "your_project/base";
application.css to require files that use compass features. Ex:
/* *= require styleguide_full_of_compass_stuff */
*= require something within your SCSS or SASS files. You're gonna have a bad time.
Compass-rails is configured out of the box to work with Rails.
Advanced users can choose to add a
config/compass.rb and take advantage of the Compass configuration
Installing Compass extensions
Step 1: Add it to your Gemfile and run the
bundle command to install it.
Step 2: Install the extension's assets:
bundle exec compass install <extension/template>
For example, if you want to use susy.
# Gemfile gem 'compass-rails' gem 'compass-susy-plugin'
$ bundle $ bundle exec compass install susy
if you are using the rails configuration files you should add:
to your application.rb configuration file.
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Added some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request