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    Default Sencha ant build can no longer find compass after switching to build 181

    Sencha ant build can no longer find compass after switching to build 181


    Background information:
    Win7x64
    Sencha Cmd 181
    Command Executed: sencha ant build

    I had everything working before switching to build 181. After installing the new version I am getting this error:

    Code:
    [INFO ]         [shellscript] (path removed)>compass compile --boring (path removed)\resources\sass\default --css-dir (path removed)\resources\css/default --force
    [INFO ]
    [ERROR]         The following error occurred while executing this line:
    (path removed)\.sencha\app\build-impl.xml:93: The following error occurred while executing this line:
    (path removed)\.sencha\app\build-impl.xml:117: The following error occurred while executing this line:
    jar:file:/C:/Users/(username)/bin/Sencha/Cmd/3.0.0.181/sencha.jar!/com/sencha/ant/antlib.xml:322: shellscript returned: 1
    (path removed) is the path on my hd to the project folder.

    here is the output from compass -v
    Code:
    (path removed)>compass -v
    Compass 0.12.2 (Alnilam)
    Copyright (c) 2008-2012 Chris Eppstein
    Released under the MIT License.
    Compass is charityware.
    Please make a tax deductable donation for a worthy cause: http://umdf.org/compass

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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

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    The problem is caused by the x-shell custom task not getting the right PATH variable.

    Thanks for the bug report - we'll try to get a refresh out early/mid next week.
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    Thanks! You guys are cranking info and fixes out lightning fast! Much appreciated.

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    Couple possible workarounds in the current build:
    • add "skip.sass=1" to local.properties in your app or workspace folder. That file will not exist in either location but is designed to contain local (as in per-individual) build overrides that apply to the app or all apps in the workspace. This will allow the overall build to run but obviously skips compass.
    • tweak the body of the "-sass" target in .sencha/app/build-impl.xml to either use the full path to compass or something more general (like a new property) depending on if you are trying to share the project with others.

      <x-shell>
      ${compass.dir}/compass compile --boring @{sass} --css-dir ${app-css-dir}/${sass.name} --force
      </x-shell>

      And define "compass.dir=<some-local-path>" in your local.properties

    Of course this will not be needed for long.
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