scss-compiler is based on sass Ruby gem. This project is forked from rehrumesh's atom-sass project, and this project draws the majority of the code from that project. Most of this work in rehrumesh's atom-sass project is based on GomatoX's sass-compile project. Huge thanks to both of them for coming up with the initial projects.
This was one reason why I forked the original repo. In this project, proper organization will mean that your
.scss file should be in a directory, preferably named
scss, and the compiler will go to the parent folder and put the compiled
.css file in a folder named
css in the parent directory. In other words, it should look like this:
parent-folder: ↳ sass ↳ files to be compiled ↳ css ↳ location of compiled files
To install this dependency, execute
gem install sass
Use atom package manager to install atom-sass.
apm install scss-compiler
Now watching for SASS files. If you do not, or if you have just installed the package, you may have to do one of the following:
Packages -> SCSS Compiler -> Start CompilerOR
.scssfiles, whenever you save a changed file, a compiled one should appear.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.