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A small Flask extension that adds Stylus support to Flask.

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A small Flask extension that makes it easy to use Stylus with your Flask application.


You can activate it by calling the stylus2css function with your Flask app as a parameter:

from flaskext.stylus2css import stylus2css stylus2css(app, css_folder=’css’, stylus_folder=’src/stylus’)

This will intercept the request to css_folder and compile de file if is necesary using the files from stylus_folder.

When you deploy your app you might not want to accept the overhead of checking the modification time of your .stylus and .css files on each request. A simple way to avoid this is wrapping the stylus2css call in an if statement:

if app.debug:
from flaskext.stylus2css import stylus2css stylus2css(app)

If you do this you’ll be responsible for rendering the .stylus files into .css when you deploy in non-debug mode to your production server.

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