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The CSS file for the blackberry.scss was not automatically created. What am I missing?
I am working in Windows 7. As I followed along the lesson, I was watching the main.scss file, so the main.css file was being updated. When I created the blackberry.scss file, the corresponding css file was not created. I had to stop watching the main.scss and start watching the blackberry.scss to generate it. Did I miss a step?
I believe you would be wanting to put
sass --watch . which would then see any files created, instead of just watching a specific file. That's what I'm doing and it found and created
Christopher MlalaziFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 17,305 Points
Had the same problem today, but @Brodie Ferguson's solution helped.