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       Ruby - Sass compiles CSS from SASS or SCSS files


       scss [options] [INPUT] [OUTPUT]


              Converts SCSS or Sass files to CSS.

   Common Options:
       -I, --load-path PATH
              Specify a Sass import path.

       -r, --require LIB
              Require a Ruby library before running Sass.

              Make Compass imports available and load project configuration.

       -t, --style NAME
              Output style. Can be nested (default), compact, compressed, or expanded.

       -?, -h, --help
              Show this help message.

       -v, --version
              Print the Sass version.

   Watching and Updating:
              Watch  files  or directories for changes.  The location of the generated CSS can be
              set using a colon:

       scss --watch input.scss:output.css
              scss --watch input-dir:output-dir

       --poll Check for file changes manually, rather than relying on the  OS.   Only  meaningful
              for --watch.

              Compile files or directories to CSS.  Locations are set like --watch.

       -f, --force
              Recompile  every  Sass  file,  even  if the CSS file is newer.  Only meaningful for

              If a file fails to compile, exit immediately.   Only  meaningful  for  --watch  and

   Input and Output:
       --sass Use the indented Sass syntax.

              How  to  link generated output to the source files.  auto (default): relative paths
              where possible, file URIs elsewhere file: always absolute file URIs inline: include
              the source text in the sourcemap none: no sourcemaps

       -s, --stdin
              Read input from standard input instead of an input file.  This is the default if no
              input file is specified.

       -E, --default-encoding ENCODING
              Specify the default encoding for input files.

              Use Unix-style newlines in written files.  Always true on Unix.

       -g, --debug-info
              Emit output that can be used by the FireSass Firebug plugin.

       -l, --line-numbers
              Emit comments in the generated CSS indicating the corresponding source line.


       -i, --interactive
              Run an interactive SassScript shell.

       -c, --check
              Just check syntax, don't evaluate.

       --precision NUMBER_OF_DIGITS How many digits of precision to use when  outputting  decimal
              Defaults to 10.

       --cache-location PATH
              The path to save parsed Sass files. Defaults to .sass-cache.

       -C, --no-cache
              Don't cache parsed Sass files.

              Show a full Ruby stack trace on error.

       -q, --quiet
              Silence warnings and status messages during compilation.