A quick tip for the sass/compass users (and also for me to remember). A few months ago i wrote a little post about sass and since them i’ve been using sass on almost all of my projects. On the last one i started using compass which is not that easy at first but definitely worth it. I won’t chat much on how it works right now as it would take a while but it’s a real time saver. Here’s however a little trick to compile the scss files with some compression.

This has been the line i’ve typed during the development of my project:

I’ve been working on a wordpress project and the rioow-2013 is the name of my theme’s folder in my wordpress wp-content folder. So here i’m telling compass to look for any modification happening to any files within the sass folder.

And here’s the way to get those files being compiled with some compression:

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So, i'm a developer from France currently living in Rio de Janeiro. I do code for the front-end side of the web with things like javascript, html, css, preprocessors, tasks runners, version control, frameworks, tdd, CI, Wordpress and others.

I do speak english, portuguese and french, read tons of books, love to play on a wake, bmx and snowboard and would like to travel to the Karakoram range, Tierra del Fuego and Mongolia.

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