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pypm install c2c.recipe.cssmin

How to install c2c.recipe.cssmin

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install c2c.recipe.cssmin
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License
MIT License
Dependencies
Lastest release
version 0.6 on Feb 15th, 2012

Requirements

Requires zc.buildout and cssmin

Usage

Create a buildout.cfg file which contains the following:

[buildout]
parts = cssmin

[cssmin]
recipe = c2c.recipe.cssmin
input = foo/bar/file1.css
        foo/bar/file2.css
        foo/baz/file3.css
output = foo/build/output.min.css
compress = true

Path are relative to the buildout directory, absolute path are also allowed.

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Last updated Feb 15th, 2012

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