Applications

There are a good many applications that will get you up and running with Sass in a few minutes for Mac, Windows, and Linux. You can download most of the applications for free but a few of them are paid apps (and totally worth it).

Ruby Web Development OS X This one is tailor made for the Basix users among you. If you've been itching to try out Ruby and/or Rails, if the Terminal is somewhat new to you, you may find that even the process of installing it can generate countless confusing errors. Ruby Web Development OS X This one is tailor made for the Basix users among you. If you've been itching to try out Ruby and/or Rails, if the Terminal is somewhat new to you, you may find that even the process of installing it can generate countless confusing errors. We're going to use rbenv to install and manage our Ruby versions. To do this, run the following commands in your Terminal: brew install rbenv ruby-build # Add rbenv to bash so that it loads every time you open a terminal echo 'if which rbenv /dev/null; then eval '$(rbenv init -)'; fi' /.bashprofile source /.bashprofile # Install Ruby rbenv install 2.7.1 rbenv global 2.7.1 ruby -v.

  • CodeKit (Paid) Mac
  • Ghostlab (Paid) Mac Windows
  • Hammer (Paid) Mac
  • LiveReload (Paid, Open Source) Mac Windows
  • Prepros (Paid) Mac Windows Linux
  • Scout-App (Free, Open Source) Windows Linux Mac

Command Line

When you install Sass on the command line, you'll be able to run the sass executable to compile .sass and .scss files to .css files. For example:

First install Sass using one of the options below, then run sass --version to be sure it installed correctly. If it did, this will include 1.27.0. You can also run sass --help for more information about the command-line interface.

Once it's all set up, go and play. If you're brand new to Sass we've set up some resources to help you learn pretty darn quick.

Install Anywhere (Standalone)
You can install Sass on Windows, Mac, or Linux by downloading the package for your operating system from GitHub and adding it to your PATH. That’s all—there are no external dependencies and nothing else you need to install.
Install Anywhere (npm)

If you use Node.js, you can also install Sass using npm by running

However, please note that this will install the pure JavaScript implementation of Sass, which runs somewhat slower than the other options listed here. But it has the same interface, so it’ll be easy to swap in another implementation later if you need a bit more speed!
Install on Mac OS X or Linux (Homebrew)

If you use the Homebrew package manager for Mac OS X or Linux, you can install Dart Sass by running

  • Current Releases:
  • Dart Sass1.27.0
  • LibSass3.6.4
  • Ruby Sass

This is a tutorial on how to install Ruby 2.0.0 on Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

1. Install Xcode and the Command Line Tools

If you don’t have it installed I suggest you install Xcode from the Mac App Store and install the command line tools in Xcode Preferences -> Downloads.

Otherwise if you don’t want to do that you can download the Xcode standalone command line tools for Mountain Lion at https://developer.apple.com/downloads/index.action (Note: You will have to login with your Apple Id.).

2. Install Homebrew

Now run:

If you get the error:

Run the following:

and

3. Install RVM

After this is complete execute the following in order to use RVM in your current shell:

4. Add the following to your ~/.profile in order to source RVM everytime you run Terminal.app:

5. Check RVM Requirements

Note the “Missing required packages: …” statement.

If you have any missing required packages you will need to install them before continuing by running brew install .

For example, here is the output I had:

If you need to install apple-gcc42 and get an error:

Run the following:

Install Ruby Mac Os X

If you get an error after running this:

Run the following instead to repair:

Now you can continue and install apple-gcc42:

From the “Missing required packages: …” line above, for example I can now execute the following:

6. Run brew doctor again to make sure everything checks out

Execute the following:

If you get an error or warning about your PATH. Such as:

Open your ~/.profile and add the following line to the top (or bottom, it shouldn’t matter):

Run brew doctor to check all is swell before continuing.

Mac os x mavericks installer download

7. It’s now time to install Ruby 2.0.0:

First run the following commands:

Install Ruby For Mac Os X

followed by:

If you don’t get any errors you can finally install Ruby 2.0.0:

Install Ruby For Mac Os X

To set as your current version of Ruby run the following command:

Install ruby for mac os x el capitan

To make it the default Ruby:

or

Now every time you open Terminal.app Ruby 2.0.0 will be default. You can always check which version of Ruby you have using the following command:

and where it’s located executing the command:

Install Ruby For Mac Os X 10 11

I hope this tutorial was useful. You are now setup to run Ruby 2.0.0 on Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Shall you have any issues post a comment below and I’ll try and help you out.

– Chris

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