./www/ruby-compass-susy-plugin, Compass plugin grid system

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.9, Package name: ruby193-compass-susy-plugin-0.9, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Susy is a semantic CSS framework creator entirely native to Compass.
Susy is an expert at fluid grids in an elastic (or fluid, or fixed)
shell that will never activate that bloody side-scroll bar. Susy
sets your width on the outer element (`container`), adds a `max-width`
of `100%` and builds the rest of your grid in percentages. The
philosophy and technique are based on Natalie Downe's "CSS Systems"
- which introduces difficult math in the service of beautiful
structure. With the power of Compass/Sass, Susy will do that math
for you.

Using simple mixins, columns can be created, suffixed, prefixed,
and nested easily - and always in flexible percentages.


Required to run:
[www/ruby-compass] [lang/ruby193-base]

Master sites:

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   2011-06-19 10:02:21 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update ruby-compass-susy-plugin pacakge to 0.9.

Susy Changelog
==============

v0.9 [Apr 25 2011]
------------------

Everything here is about simplicity. Susy has scaled back to it's most basic
function: providing flexible grids. That is all.

Deprecated:

* The `susy/susy` import is deprecated in favor of simply importing `susy`.
* The `show-grid` import is deprecated in favor of CSS3 gradient-based
grid-images. You can now use the `susy-grid-background` mixin. See below.

Removed:

* Susy no longer imports all of compass.
* Susy no longer establishes your baseline and no longer provides a reset.
All of that is in the Compass core. You can (and should!) keep using them, but
you will need to import them from compass.

New:

* Use the `susy-grid-background` mixin on any `container` to display the grid.
This toggles on and off with the same controls that are used by the compass
grid-background module.

v0.9.beta.3 [Mar 16 2011]
-------------------------

Deprecated:

* The `susy/reset` import has been deprecated in favor of the Compass core \ 
`compass/reset` import.
* The `susy` mixin has been deprecated. If you plan to continue using \ 
vertical-rhythms, you should replace it with the `establish-baseline` mixin from \ 
the Compass Core.

Removed:

* The `vertical-rhythm` module has moved into compass core. The API remains the \ 
same, but if you were importing it directly, you will have to update that \ 
import.
* The `defaults` template has been removed as 'out-of-scope'. This will not \ 
effect upgrading in any way, but new projects will not get a template with \ 
default styles.

New Features:

* Susy now supports RTL grids and bi-directional sites using the \ 
`$from-direction` variable (default: left) and an optional additional \ 
from-direction argument on all affected mixins. Thanks to @bangpound for the \ 
initial implementation.
* Susy is now written in pure Sass! No extra Ruby functions included! Thanks to \ 
the Sass team for making it possible.

v0.8.1 [Sep 24 2010]
--------------------

* Fixed typos in tutorial and `_defaults.scss`
   2010-09-10 15:01:16 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update www/ruby-compass-susy-plugin to 0.8.0.

* Use lang/ruby/gem.mk instead of misc/rubygems/rubygem.mk.
* Add LICENSE.
* Remove default value of GEM_BUILD.

Changes are unknown.
   2009-11-02 00:44:45 by Stoned Elipot | Files touched by this commit (4) | Imported package
Log message:
Initial import of ruby-compass-susy-plugin version 0.6.3 in the
NetBSD Packages Collection.

Susy is a semantic CSS framework creator entirely native to Compass.
Susy is an expert at fluid grids in an elastic (or fluid, or fixed)
shell that will never activate that bloody side-scroll bar. Susy
sets your width on the outer element (`container`), adds a `max-width`
of `100%` and builds the rest of your grid in percentages. The
philosophy and technique are based on Natalie Downe's "CSS Systems"
- which introduces difficult math in the service of beautiful
structure. With the power of Compass/Sass, Susy will do that math
for you.

Using simple mixins, columns can be created, suffixed, prefixed,
and nested easily - and always in flexible percentages.