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|Summary:||[Feature Request] Manually process/save sass,less etc|
|Component:||CSS Preprocessors (SASS, LESS, ...)||Assignee:||Milutin Kristofic <mkristofic>|
|OS:||Windows 10 x64|
|Issue Type:||ENHANCEMENT||Exception Reporter:|
Description flexjoly 2017-02-01 11:31:14 UTC
Sass works great! But the auto-save is getting very annoying. It starts saving on any little change it sees. So pulling git (or downing in another way), takes forever..... because sass starts processing each include as soon as it is downloaded. And it even should NOT process on pulling/downing, because your collegea already processed everything and you don't want to do it again. So many times we need to revert the modifications to the newly pulled css-files. Also not every ctrl-s is ready to get processed. The plugin 'pauze i/o checks' does help a little bit. First you must start pulling/downing and then quickly click on the pauze-button. But if you start to late you can get trouble because it stops in the middle of processing. The project properties have a button 'reprocess all files'. Is it possible to get this button in a (context-menu) and as a toolbar-button? Thanks in advance!