On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 11:31 AM, Chris Parrish <

> Doh!  Tim beat me to it.  I don't have time to look right now but if those
> are Sass imports, I doubt it'll work.  And it doesn't look like you have a
> file named:  http://test.octopusgardenyoga.com/css/gallery.css
> You can, however, use the <r:stylesheet name="anotherfile.css"> to include
> stylesheet B into stylesheet A (kind of a snippets for stylesheets).  That
> way you can skip the @import altogether.  And the extension will even track
> your dependencies so if B changes, its LAST-MODIFIED will bubble up to A.

Sweet! I didn't know that. I'll start using that right away. Does the tag
for the stylesheet snippet tag need "inline"?

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