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Compass Configuration

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    [Chapter 16 with Kyle Hofmeyer]
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    In this lesson, I'm going to further extend your knowledge
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    of some things Compass has and can do for us.
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    When you install Compass, it gives us something
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    called a config rb file.
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    This is basically a Ruby file that holds and stores
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    all the configurations for your project about Compass.
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    Now, in this lesson I'm going to show you that by utilizing this file
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    that if you used Scout you don't get this file by default,
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    but pretty much everything else from the command line
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Compass Configuration


When you install Compass from the command line, or with certain apps, it comes with a special file names "config.rb" which is where Compass stores the various ways you can configure it to work with your project. Not all apps will create this file for you however, and it is a good thing to create and understand. In this lesson, we'll take a look at this file and explain the most common configuration options.

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