Yeah, we can add that support, but the blessjs you're referring to is unrelated 
to the project. Our "bless" compiler service is really for lesscss.

Christian


On Nov 26, 2012, at 6:23, Stephen Gallagher <step...@gallagherhome.com> wrote:

> On 11/20/2012 05:32 PM, Christian Hammond wrote:
>> Hi,
>> 
>> Yes, I'll be pushing out a 1.6.14 probably this week. We'll continue to
>> release 1.6.x releases for a little while after 1.7 is out.
>> 
>> I'm putting out an RC of 1.7 hopefully also this week.
> 
> One thing I wanted to check with you on before the 1.7 release candidate gets 
> issued. Right now, we have an issue with building Review Board 1.7 in Fedora 
> and EPEL because it relies on web access to the blesscss website. The problem 
> here is that the Fedora build system disallows network access because all of 
> our builds have to be repeatable (i.e. I must be able to ensure that I bless 
> the CSS with exactly the same algorithm).
> 
> Would it be at all possible for you to conditionalize the 
> djblet.pipeline.compilers.bless routine to use a local 'blessc' application 
> if it is present in the $PATH? This would be the best solution from our 
> perspective.
> 
> I'm currently working on packaging blessjs for Fedora to this end.

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