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330: Better SASS With Bourbon:

To use Bourbon with Rails’ asset pipeline we’ll need to change the way that the default application.css file works. By default this file will use a Sprockets manifest to load each of the other stylesheet assets. The problem with this is that Sprockets compiles each SASS file into CSS individually which makes it difficult to share the Bourbon mixins across the SASS files. To fix this we can use SASS to load all the

Full article: http://asciicasts.com/episodes/330-better-sass-with-bourbon

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