That’s right, I wrote a plugin for Jekyll. Jekyll is the static site generator I use for this very
website, and I was sick of orchestrating Compass around Jekyll. Now, Compass sings to my own tune.
Specifically, this is a generator plugin for Jekyll which will take your directory of Sass or Compass files in a
folder inside your source folder and output the results directly into your
_site output folder. It will run
automatically whenever your site is built by Jekyll, so it will always be up to date. For example, a run of this site
might look like this:
$ jekyll build Configuration file: D:/Websites/matt.scharley.me/_config.yml Source: D:/Websites/matt.scharley.me Destination: D:/Websites/matt.scharley.me/_site Generating Compass: D:/Websites/matt.scharley.me/_sass => D:/Websites/matt.scharley.me/_site/css identical _site/css/handheld.css identical _site/css/ie8.css identical _site/css/print.css remove images/sprites-s8bbc0e5b70.png create images/sprites-s8bbc0e5b70.png identical _site/css/style.css Generating... done.
I originally created this plugin back just before Jekyll 1.3 was released but it’s gone through a few spurts of growth
and I now feel it’s up to public usage. So please, if you are using either Compass or plain Sass then please give this
plugin a shot. If you are using simple Sass, then this plugin will allow you to easily manage
@import properly with
full partial support; and if you do decide to upgrade to Compass at some point, well, you already have you simply need
to start using it. It’s worth it, I promise.
Issues to the issue queue please, but feel free to discuss this plugin below.