SYNOPSISsass-convert [options] [INPUT] [OUTPUT]
DESCRIPTIONConverts between CSS, Sass, and SCSS files. it used to be known as css2sass.It now uses a full-fledged CSS3 parser. so it should be able to handle any valid CSS3, as well as most hacks and proprietary syntax. sass-convert can now convert between Sass and SCSS. This is normally inferred from the filename, but it can also be specified using the --from and --to flags. it is also possible to convert a file in-place.
- -F, --from FORMAT
- The format to convert from. Can be css, scss, sass, less, or sass2. sass2 is the same as sass, but updates more old syntax to new. By default, this is inferred from the input filename. If there is none, defaults to css.
- -T, --to FORMAT
- The format to convert to. Can be scss or sass. By default, this is inferred from the output filename.If there is none, defaults to sass.
- -R, --recursive
- Convert all the files in a directory. Requires --from and --to.
- -i, --in-place
- Convert a file to its own syntax. This can be used to update some deprecated syntax.
- Convert underscores to dashes
- Output the old-style ":prop val" property syntax. Only meaningful when generating Sass.
- -C, --no-cache
- Don't cache to sassc files.
- -s, --stdin
- Read input from standard input instead of an input file
- Show a full traceback on error
- -?, -h, --help
- Show this message
- -v, --version
- Print version
AUTHORThis manual page was written by Deepak Tripathi <[email protected]>, based on the command-line output of this program, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be freely used by others). Examples are taken from project's homepage.