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Does CodeKit support the sweet.js compilation?


Tag: codekit,sweet.js

I am just wondering if CodeKit supports the compilation of Sweet.js files ?


Not directly. You could possibly set up your own hook and run a custom shell script when a JavaScript file changes.


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