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.less repository has moved to it’s own GitHub account

github Until now we stored the main source of the .less project in Chris Owen’s GitHub account. We now decided to create a dedicated GitHub user to host the project since Chris is no longer actively contributing and may or may not want to add changes that are not meant to be immediately committed into the mainline.

The new repository is at: http://github.com/dotless/dotless

We are still updating all references to the old project (website etc) but the move should be done fairly soon. If you are watching Chris’ repository make sure to also watch the new one as Chris’ repository may start lagging behind the mainline (depends on how often Chris will update his fork).

Oh, and btw: Thanks to the GitHub guys for providing this awesome service. Git + GitHub has simply revolutionized the way I write code and collaborate with people.

.less Compiler now supports –watch

It’s been on our feature list for some time and it’s been in the code for some time too. But after fixing a final bug today I guess we can tell the world about it.

The main idea behind –watch is to free you of the burden of having to configure anything but lets you just run the console-compiler once and it keeps refreshing the resulting .css files whenever a change occurs to the .less input file.

How to use? Well, simple. First grab the latest release from our website http://www.dotlesscss.com and then go to your favorite commandline and start the compiler with the –watch parameter:

dotless.Compiler.exe <filename> –watch

You will then get a nice console output telling you what is going on (and informing you of errors if any happen during compilation)


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