Sass4f is a simple command line utility program for compiling
.scss files into
.css files. It was created for compiling Twitter Bootstrap templates and has been successfully tested with Bootstrap v4.4.1.
Sass4f is a happy alternative to installing Sass, Node.js, Grunt, and half the Internet just to compile a couple of text files!
Quick start example:
C:\> fan afSass4j -x C:\projects\website.scss C:\projects\website.css
Once installed, run
Sass4f from the command line:
C:\> fan afSass4j [-x] [-m] <sassIn> <cssOut>
cssOut are files. OS dependent and / or URI notation may be used. Example:
C:\> fan afSass4j -x C:\projects\website.scss C:\projects\website.css C:\> fan afSass4j -x file:/C:/projects/website.scss file:/C:/projects/website.css
-x compresses the CSS output,
-m generates a source map, and
-w continuously watches for file updates.
cssOut may also be a directory, for example:
C:\> fan afSass4j -x -m -w scss\website.scss css\
css\website.css and re-compile it should any file in the
scss/ directory be updated.
Sass4f is bundled with pre-compiled native binaries for the following platforms:
Sass4f is designed to be used a standalone application and as such, comes bundled with the following jars: