Provided by: libcompass-ruby1.8_0.10.6~dfsg-1_all
compass - The compass command line tool will help you create and manage the stylesheets for your project.
compass [options] [project]
The compass command line tool will help you create and manage the stylesheets for your project.
Mode Options (only specify one)
-i, --install Create a new compass project.The default mode when a project is provided. -u, --update Update the current project.This is the default when no project is provided. -w, --watch Monitor the current project for changes and update -p,--pattern Stamp out a pattern into the current project.Must be used with -f. --write-configuration Write the current configuration to the configuration file. --list-frameworks List compass frameworks available to use --validate Validate your project's compiled css. Requires Java. --grid-img [DIMENSIONS] Generate a background image to test grid alignment. Dimension is given as <column_width>+<gutter_width>.Defaults to 30+10.
-f, --framework FRAMEWORK Use the specified framework. Only one may be specified. -n, --pattern-name NAME The name to use when stamping a pattern.Must be used in combination with -p Sets the project type to a rails project. -?, -h, --help Show a usage summary
-r, --require LIBRARY Require the given ruby LIBRARY before running commands -q, --quiet Quiet mode. --dry-run Dry Run. Tells you what it plans to do. --trace Show a full stacktrace on error --force Force. Allows some failing commands to succeed instead. --imports Emit an imports suitable for passing to the sass command-line. --install-dir Emit the location where compass is installed. -?, -h, --help Show this message -v, --version Print version
This program is shipped as part of the libcompass-ruby1.8 library package, you can check its corresponding documentation can be found in the libcompass-ruby-doc package.
This manual page was written by Deepak Tripathi<firstname.lastname@example.org>, based on the command-line output of this program, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be freely used by others). June 22, 2010 compass(1)