This is the Sass version of Bootstrap. A port of Bootstrap from Less to Sass. This project is focused on being a 1:1 port of the original. Please do not submit issues or pull requests for issues with Bootstrap itself. Those should be pushed upstream in the Less version.
To get started, check out http://getbootstrap.com!
Three quick start options are available:
git clone git://github.com/jlong/sass-bootstrap.git.
bower install --save sass-bootstrap.
You can use the Sass Bootstrap by dropping the compiled CSS into any new project and start cranking.
Because SASS always outputs standard css, just link to the final output like normal:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="./dist/css/bootstrap.css">
For more info, refer to the docs!
You can learn more about Sass at:
Sass runs as a local GEM on your system. You can run
sass --watch lib/bootstrap.scss:dist/css/bootstrap.css
Please do not submit issues or pull requests for issues with Bootstrap itself. Those should be pushed upstream in the Less version. Please open a new issue. Before opening any issue, please search for existing issues and read the Issue Guidelines, written by Nicolas Gallagher.
You may use this JS Bin as a template for your bug reports.
jekyll servein the command line.
chcp 65001first to change the command prompt's character encoding (code page) to UTF-8 so Jekyll runs without errors.
Learn more about using Jekyll by reading their documentation.
Documentation for v2.3.2 has been made available for the time being at http://getbootstrap.com/2.3.2/ while folks transition to Bootstrap 3.
Previous releases and their documentation are also available for download.
Bootstrap uses Grunt with convenient methods for working with the framework. It's how we compile our code, run tests, and more. To use it, install the required dependencies as directed and then run some Grunt commands.
From the command line:
npm install -g grunt-cli.
When completed, you'll be able to run the various Grunt commands provided from the command line.
npm? Don't have node installed? That's a-okay. npm stands for node packaged modules and is a way to manage development dependencies through node.js. Download and install node.js before proceeding.
This is a convenience method for watching just Less files and automatically building them whenever you save.
Should you encounter problems with installing dependencies or running Grunt commands, uninstall all previous dependency versions (global and local). Then, rerun
Please read through our guidelines for contributing to Bootstrap. Included are directions for opening issues, coding standards, and notes on development.
Keep track of development and community news.
irc.freenode.netserver, in the
For transparency and insight into our release cycle, and for striving to maintain backward compatibility, Bootstrap will be maintained under the Semantic Versioning guidelines as much as possible.
Releases will be numbered with the following format:
And constructed with the following guidelines:
For more information on SemVer, please visit http://semver.org/.
We have included a Rakefile with convenience methods for working with the SASS Bootstrap library.
This will run the less compiler on the bootstrap lib and regenerate the docs dir.
The lessc compiler is required for this command to run.
This is a convenience method for watching your Sass files and automatically building them whenever you save.
The Twitter Bootstrap was lovingly converted to Sass by:
John W. Long
If you already use Composer, the php dependency manager, installing
sass-twitter-bootstrap is as simple as typing :
composer.phar require jlong/sass-bootstrap:x.y.z
This will install version x.y.z from packagist.org
You'll probably want to make sure you get minor updates, like this:
composer.phar require jlong/sass-bootstrap:~x.y.z
or like this:
composer.phar require jlong/sass-bootstrap:x.y.*
Copyright 2012 Twitter, Inc under the Apache 2.0 license.
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