Themes for sass
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npm install sassy
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|Dependencies (11)||strike, bake-tasks, requirejs, express, async, jade, marked, markdown, mds, humanize, bunyan|
Lively, bold, and full of spirit; cheeky.
Icons kindly provided by font awesome.
A theme based on the popular solarized colour palette.
Use npm to install:
npm install sassy
How you use the
sassy themes in a project that uses an
npm installation in to
node_modules depends upon your requirements.
If you just want to use the precompiled
css then copy it to your public
css location and reference as per normal within your markup.
sass executable does not allow any command line options that set the load paths and does not seem to respect the
$SASS_PATH environment variable, therefore the recommended way to use the
scss files in a theme is to create symbolic links using relative paths.
For example assuming your styles are stored in
src/sass and you want to create all theme symbolic links in
cd src/sass/solarized ln -sf ../../../node_modules/sassy/common/*.scss . ln -sf ../../../node_modules/sassy/themes/solarized/sass/*.scss .
And then in the main
style.scss stored in
src/sass include the files with:
@import "solarized/sassy.scss"; // custom styles and overrides ...
You can view an example of this setup in this vim repository, see
tasks.css.symlink in the tasks file and style.scss for the import declaration; all the files in src/sass/solarized are just relative symbolic links.
Note that if you are using a
ruby based build process you may be able to take advantage of the Sass.load_paths to avoid using symbolic links.
Some information for working with the repository.
sass if you don't have it with:
gem install sass
Then fetch all package dependencies with:
To compile all themes from