Please read the documentation Node-sass is a library that provides binding for Node. Three other Python projects, , and , haven't been updated in a while. Well, I have installed Python, set the variable, and rebooted and still the error. There is likely additional logging output above. Here is what I was doing and what finally worked.
But now on testing without internet. This package requires Python to work. A special thanks to all those who have clocked in some dev time on this project, we really appreciate your hard work. Find out more about the project over at. When using data, it is recommended that you use this.
If the input is a directory the --output flag must also be supplied. Actually there is a library that provides binding for Node. There is likely additional logging output above. Thank you again for taking the time to walk me through this! As far as I understand our infrastructur, it seems that we have an internal repo for all bindings and if that fails, it connects to github. Neither Python nor Visual Studio.
If you get an error, you haven't done it right. I have checked through the blog. About LibSass This project is the brainchild of , the original creator of Sass, and is sponsored by. You can use it to create different python environment in the futher if you want to touch with it. Make sure you have the latest version of node. And likewise, adding a new value to the existing value is what you want when you want to add another path to a list of paths, but not for a single value.
It may be a question of time for Compass to be ported maybe you end up doing that? The problem is that gyp cannot follow this link and keeps giving the annoying error that it cannot find python even though you can find it just fine from the shell command line. Would it make more sense to go for plan B and install a libsass linux package instead and node-sass can skip installing any binaries? We've been warning devs for ages to vet code before they run it — which is not easy, but at least doable — and now we're just grabbing binaries with no confirmation and running them. We also facing same issue downloading binary fails. Here is the npm-debug info that could be relevant: Error : node -sass 10. This is a viable workaround for a limited subset of environments.
I have the latest versions of Node 6. If not, you haven't set it up right. In attempting to run npm install jquery, I keep getting this error: Your environment has been set up for using Node. Have a question about this project? To run it, simply try something like:. Now when I give it a go with the latest version, it seems to insist on downloading an executable.
I thought I had figured it out. Failed at the caress-server 0. I assume my error related to the difference in python versioning? There is likely additional logging output above. Not necessary to reinstall, this exception throw by node-gyp script, then try to rebuild. You should be able to write a compile from scratch in pretty much any decent language but that will most probably take you a lot of time. But you didn't specified which language you would like the compiler to be written into.
It's the library used by , which is a compiler built in , which I didn't tried yet and don't know how it could work and if it's ready for production use. We want everyone to enjoy Sass, no matter what language they use. Hey, I just tried to publish node-sass with binaies after git cloneing the node-sass repo and git checkout of the last stable release. The extension also integrates with Live Preview to show Sass changes in the browser without saving or compiling. If i download the build from github and place it in node-modules, nothing seems to work.
See our test for example. Any clue as to what I am missing? Useful for debugging, especially when using imports and mixins. Though it should work on our internal system. To run the compiler on your local machine, you need to build SassC. Check out its package page , and for updates.