Create Github/Bitbucket Mirror
Create SSH key and configure
Create Key (no passphrase and name mirror the key)
ssh-keygen -t rsa -N "" -f ~/.ssh/mirror
Node.js core does its best to treat every platform equally. Even if most Node developers use OS X day to day, some use Windows, and most everyone deploys to Linux or Solaris. So it's important to keep your code portable between platforms, whether you're writing a library or an application.
Predictably, most cross-platform issues come from Windows. Things just work differently there! But if you're careful, and follow some simple best practices, your code can run just as well on Windows systems.
On Windows, paths are constructed with backslashes instead of forward slashes. So if you do your directory manipulation
@akhleung is working on hcatlin/libsass and was wondering how
implemented in the Ruby implementation of Sass. Rather than just tell him, I
thought I'd write up a public document about it so anyone who's porting Sass or
is just curious about how it works can see.
Note that this explanation is simplified in numerous ways. It's intended to
explain the most complex parts of a basic correct
@extend transformation, but
it leaves out numerous details that will be important if full Sass compatibility