Changed my RADIANT_ROOT/config/compass.rb file to compass_config.rb and got the same behavior.

No compass mixins loaded.

You did mean the config. file and not the initializer file, right?


On 10/25/10 2:59 PM, Jim Gay wrote:
Wes is using SNS, not Sheets (which is better and in Radiant edge)

Wes, change the name of your config file. I believe it will create
problems with compass.
It doesn't really matter what you name the file, except 'compass.rb' apparently.

On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 3:00 PM, William Ross<>  wrote:
You shouldn't need any special measures. Have you tried just putting
   @import compass/css3
At the top of one of your sheets? On edge that should just work.

Please excuse speling. Fat thumbs.
On 25 Oct 2010, at 18:51, Wes Gamble<>  wrote:

Radiant 0.9.1 (vendor'ed)
SNS extension

I'd like to take advantage of various Compass Sass features within my
Radiant layouts (e.g. border-radius, etc.).

Compass initialization file:

I pulled down the radiant/config/initializers/compass.rb file from Github
and placed it into vendor/radiant/config/initializers

require 'compass'
require 'compass/app_integration/rails'

Compass configuration file:

I took a compass.rb from another (non-Radiant) project and placed it in
vendor/radiant/config.  I changed the paths based on my current settings for
the SNS extension:

# This configuration file works with both the Compass command line tool and
within Rails.

# Require any additional compass plugins here.

project_type = :rails
project_path = Compass::AppIntegration::Rails.root

# Set this to the root of your project when deployed:
http_path = "/"
css_dir = "css"
http_stylesheets_path = "/stylesheets"
sass_dir = "stylesheets/sass"
images_dir = "public/images"
http_images_path = "/images"
javascripts_dir = "public/javascripts"
http_javascripts_path = "/javascripts"
environment = Compass::AppIntegration::Rails.env
# To enable relative paths to assets via compass helper functions.
# relative_assets = true

I @import compass/css3/border-radius in my Radiant-managed CSS (Sass) file,
but cannot use the "+border-radius" mixin within my CSS.

What am I doing wrong?

Many thanks,
Wes Gamble

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