Forum: Radiant CMS Using compass framework with Radiant (no SNS)

534c781a2786a86d3459e35b04a29e90?d=identicon&s=25 Jonathan Camenisch (jcamenisch)
on 2011-01-20 16:39
A few things have been mentioned about this before, but the only
solutions I see involve SNS extension or the like.

Radiant clearly compiles SASS files out of the box. What I can't seem to
get it to do is import compass. If I configure and run `compass watch`
in the site, all works great, pulling the compass framework from my
installed gems. If I turn that off, though, Radiant compiles my sass
files, but with no compass framework.

The result is an error message like

> Sass::SyntaxError: Undefined mixin 'box-shadow'.

I also tried moving to edge, but that turned all my
public/stylesheets/*.css files into 404 messages. I haven't tried to
find the solution to that yet, as I'm not sure how promising that is for
accomplishing my goal. I'm hoping someone knowledgeable has a quick
answer for the "right" way to include/install the compass framework.

Thanks
Bb4bdf2b184027bc38d4fb529770cde5?d=identicon&s=25 Wes Gamble (weyus)
on 2011-06-03 22:06
Jonathan Camenisch wrote in post #976288:

> Radiant clearly compiles SASS files out of the box. What I can't seem to
> get it to do is import compass. If I configure and run `compass watch`
> in the site, all works great, pulling the compass framework from my
> installed gems. If I turn that off, though, Radiant compiles my sass
> files, but with no compass framework.
>
> The result is an error message like
>
>> Sass::SyntaxError: Undefined mixin 'box-shadow'.
>

Jonathan,

Did you ever resolve this - I am having the same problem.

Thanks,
Wes
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