Setting up Yoeman (Compass and Sass)

Yoeman is a scaffolding and workflow platform for developing modern (HTML5) webapps. In a rough sense, it is to Node.js what Rails is to Ruby. When setting this up on my ubuntu based workstation, I ran into a few conflicts installing Compass and Sass (possibly because of conflicts between the “apt” and “gem” environments. Eventually, I backed out my ruby, compass, and sass installs and re-installed them via the following commands. Post install, “grunt serve” and “grunt test” worked without complaining about compass not being in the path etc.

sudo apt-get install ruby-full rubygems1.8

sudo gem install sass

sudo gem install compass
 

 

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