Perfect - I can have a couple of less files (e.g. config, mix-ins seperately), then just by updating my main.chirpy.less file which imports the other less files, I can generate the main.min.css file. This is the only one I need to reference in my web page. No Less.JS or custom httphandlers needed either. Awesome!
I use intellisense in js files through visual studio 2010 at design time
For example in my .js files they will typically start with
/// <reference path="jQuery.js" />
/// <reference path="jQueryUI.js" />
And might include a service reference
/// <reference path="../Service/sessionTick.asmx" />
Code within this file will then reference the jQuery global "$" and similarly the APSAjax "sys" object and any other objects accessible through the includes such as the document object etc.
If the intellisense engine can work out that the objects are available through the aforementioned "silent" includes, why cant chirpy realise that it doesn't need to report hundreds of warnings about objects it thinks are not available but really are?
eg chiroy reports to me that
1. the silent includes are "bad options: 'regex'
2. the Sys references to the ajax object is "'Sys' is not defined"
3. the jQuery instance is "'$' is not defined"
and so on and so forth
Is there any way to configure this to not report on these warnings so that i can see the woods for the trees because there are valid warnings buried amongst these invalid warnings
I've been using Chirpy for quite some time, and their latest release states that it supports SASS. I've confirmed this "somewhat" by looking at the source code and seeing the SassEngine.
Where I'm having problems is actually getting it working.
When I put a scss file in my config, chirpy dumps the raw sass into the css file instead of acting upon the config settings. Also, I'm looking in the chirpy options and I don't see any references to sass in there.
Am I missing something painfully obvious?