Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.8+
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit
RAM minimum: ?
Video RAM: ?
What's New in Version 2.1.9:
NEW: Autoprefixer and Bless are now (finally!) available in Compass projects.
NEW: Source Maps are now available in Compass projects.
CHANGED: the Output Style, Debug Style, Decimal Precision and Source Map options for Sass files in a Compass project are now configured in CodeKit's UI. The values for these options in the config.rb file will be ignored.
Output paths for Sass files in a Compass project must still be set in the config.rb file because Compass does not have an API that lets me override those.
Other items in the config.rb file such as required libraries, extra Ruby code to run, etc. are still honored. Only the "compiling options" have moved to CodeKit's UI.
For the reasoning behind these changes, see the help page.
NOTE: when you open existing Compass projects in this version of CodeKit for the first time, you must verify that the compiling settings in the UI are what you want them to be. They will not automatically match the settings in the project's config.rb file.
Libsass has been updated to version 3.0.2
This is a MASSIVE change that brings Libsass much closer to full Sass compatibility.
NOTE: if you use Zurb Foundation, you MUST update Foundation to the latest release (5.4.7). Older versions of Foundation do not support the current Sass syntax and will fail to compile. Use the 'Assets' tab in CodeKit to update Foundation.
OS X's Notification Center done got stupider in OS X 10.10 Yosemite. If more than about 8 notifications are posted in quick succession, it just shows nothing. (In OS X 10.9 Mavericks, they were combined into one notification.) This can lead you to believe that CodeKit is not working when, in fact, it is. This update addresses the problem by posting a single notification per group of files compiled rather than one notification for each file.
More safety checks: if the Ruby environment on your Mac encounters a problem that makes it unstable, this can no longer crash CodeKit.
Firefox Developer Edition is now available as a Preview Browser. And yes, that browser just came out today.
The Bonjour Preview Address is now more reliable on OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
Some text was blurry on OS X 10.10 Yosemite. That is no longer the case.
The oldest bug in CodeKit's history -- intermittent overlapping text in the log view -- has been fixed.
Clicking the preview button when CodeKit's internal server is not running will no longer cause a crash.
Clicking "Open Website" on a Bower asset that has no website URL defined now shows an intelligent alert message.
The Server popover no longer erroneously reports the Internal Server as "stopped" when it's actually starting up for the first time after the app is launched.
Sass --> 3.4.7
Stylus --> 0.49.3
JSHint --> 2.5.10
CoffeeLint --> 1.6.1
Bourbon Neat --> 1.7.0
Link for more information: http://incident57.com/codekit/index.html
CodeKit helps you build websites faster and better. Its flagship features are listed below and the one-minute teaser video to the right is a good place to start.
Live Browser Reloads:
Instantly see changes in your browser, with animation and without hitting the refresh button or installing plugins. Great for tweaking layouts!
Combine & Minify: