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nomethoderror in sass tutorial --watch .

I don't know anything about sass, so I took this tutorial on it, and when I got to the section about watching a directory, I get a "nomethoderror". Even after googling and reading through this forum, I can't find the answer. Please help. Here's my terminal window:

macbook:~ MaccG$ cd /Users/MaccG/Documents/tutorials/sass macbook:sass MaccG$ sass test.scss p { color: blue; background: red; }

.hello { height: 10px; } macbook:sass MaccG$ sass --watch .

Sass is watching for changes. Press Ctrl-C to stop. NoMethodError:

2 Answers

I'm getting the same error. not sure what I'm doing wrong, or if my configuration is incorrect to begin with.


I think I found something that works. I was having errors while using the Ruby and Rails command prompt. I guess Catlin mentioned that there are different ways to install/run Sass for each method of installation.

I switched over to just a plain Ol Ruby command line, and that seems to work.

Ruby Command Line Screen Capure