I work with SASS + Compass on Windows 7. I recently upgraded SASS from 3.2.10 to 3.4.2 and Compass from 0.12.2 to 1.0.1. I did the upgrade by uninstalling the old versions and install the new versions using gem uninstall/install in the command prompt.
Now when I make changes to an SCSS file after running compass watch, only the first set of changes is noticed and compiled. After that compass watch just looks like it's watching for changes but in reality no other changes after the first are noticed. I have to terminate (Ctrl+C) and rerun compass watch. Adding --poll to the command doesn't seem to help.
This strange behavior wasn't happening before the upgrade.
How can I fix this?
Turns out the latest version of Compass was the culprit. I uninstalled it and installed version 1.0.0 alpha 13 (I left Sass as is - latest version 3.4.2).
compass watch but that compiled once and terminated itself with a "LoadError on line ['53'] of C: cannot load such file -- wdm..."
I switched to
compass watch --poll and now everything is back to normal - Compass watches, compiles, watches, compiles...