I recently find a fantastic python library compiling SASS really fast!
libsass-python seems to be very good and really fast
How I can use it to watch for any change in a sass folder or file and compile it in CSS ?
I do not understand how to pass a file and how to use --watch option
According to the help instructions (http://hongminhee.org/libsass-python/sassc.html), you can watch for modifications in file simply with :
$ sassc --watch source.scss target.css
Now, I get you want to watch all the files contained in a folder, and it doesn't seem that the command-line utility provides that.
For what I can tell, I'd see two possible workarounds.
1 : launching several
sassc instances, one for each of your files. It pretty dirty, but doesn't require any effort, and I guess it is okay if you don't have too many files. Don't forget to terminate all the process (with
killall for instance).
$ sassc --watch a.scss a.css & sassc --watch b.scss b.css # etc.
This is really not a great way to handle things, but it can be considered a temporary solution if you're in a hurry.
This seems to be a much better way to handle things.
Hope this was helpful, good luck !