0.6.9 sass_filter Extension

In order to use the sass_filter extension with 0.6.9 master I had to add
this file:
…/vendor/plugins/haml/lib/haml/util.rb

(http://dev.radiantcms.org/browser/trunk/extensions/vendor/plugins/haml/lib/haml/util.rb?rev=705)

I got the extension from here:
http://github.com/radiant/radiant-sass-filter-extension/tree/master

I’m not sure the best practice way to add this directly or I’d’ve done
it myself from a fork.

fyi

cvk_b

Haml has been included in Radiant since 0.6.7. We need to remove it
from the sass_filter extension.

Sean

Sean C. wrote:

Haml has been included in Radiant since 0.6.7. We need to remove it
from the sass_filter extension.

Sean

I realize there’s potential confusion for the new user but sass_filter
should come stock like textile or markdown. It may generate interest in
sass.

Chuck,

I like that idea… a patch/pull-request would be appreciated!

Sean

On 29 Aug 2008, at 20:35, Chuck Barr wrote:

Sean C. wrote:

Haml has been included in Radiant since 0.6.7. We need to remove it
from the sass_filter extension.

Sean

I realize there’s potential confusion for the new user but sass_filter
should come stock like textile or markdown.

+1

Drew

I like SASS. I like promoting SASS. But giving SASS as an option to
every page might be confusing to a basic, non-technical user.

SASS is really geared at the designer. Does the SASS filter take this
user role into account?

FWIW, I’m sort of inclined to want Textile and Markup not be “standard”
but rather a regular extension. After all, some may prefer to leave
them out and instead use WMD, or even a WYSIWYG editor. And there have
been some discussions of wanting to use different Markdown or Textile
parsers too.

Just my $0.02.

-Chris

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