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Sam Lomax

13 Jul, 2011 12:42 AM

Hi Wouter,

Just a quick email to say that Sassee has been working great for us on EE 2.2.1 and just wanted to write in and let you know we've found it really stable and an excellent addition to our EE toolkit.

We were wondering however if you've got any suggestions regarding how we might be able to use the technique outlined here (http://goo.gl/xR6kL) to use FireSass to debug the Sass files.

Thanks for the time you've spent building Sassee. We look forward to seeing it grow over the coming months.

Sam Lomax
Blis Web Agency

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Wouter Vervloet on 13 Jul, 2011 06:12 AM

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    Hi Sam,

    Thanks for the kind words. I haven't had any feedback so far, so I was kind of afraid everybody was knee deep in the trenches to fix what I broke. Glad to hear it is working just fine.

    With regard to debugging, you're in luck! I already looked at how debugging could be implemented, so I had something laying around. I didn't know FireSass existsed (I'm a Chrome user myself), so this is exactly what you would need to debug your SASS source.

    I've pushed a new 'FireSASS' branch to GitHub which you can download and test. If you turn on debugging, the output style is automatically set to 'expanded' and it always parses the source, even if it's the same as the one already parsed. You can turn on debugging either globally (in the extension settings) or as a param on the tag itself.

    https://github.com/AboutWout/sassee.ee2_addon/tree/FireSass

    I would like to note that you have to remove the parsed CSS file manually after you turn off debugging. After that you're good to go.

    Hope this works for you.

    Wouter

  2. Wouter Vervloet closed this discussion on 15 Jul, 2011 01:03 PM.

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