I don't know about HAML, but SCSS is easy to use with Hakyll. Just
install SASS, then add a rule like this
-- Compress CSS files.
match "css/*" $ do
route $ setExtension "css"
where the sass compiler is defined as
-- | Process SCSS or CSS.
sass :: Compiler Resource String
sass = getResourceString >>> unixFilter "sass" ["-s", "--scss"]
As for Turbinado, I'm not sure I understand. Hakyll generates a
static website that you can then serve using whatever server you like.
I used to use Cherokee, now use nginx, but I don't see any reason why
you couldn't use something like Turbinado or some other Haskell-based
server. That's one of the nice things about Hakyll: it doesn't tie
you to any particular server infrastructure.
On 1 September 2012 03:36, <danny.pi...@gmail.com
> On Thursday, June 28, 2012 4:36:40 AM UTC-4, Mateusz Loskot wrote:
>> On 28 June 2012 08:43, Jasper Van der Jeugt <m...@jaspervdj.be
>> > exitwp certainly sounds interesting. You're always welcome to write a
>> > short tutorial on it, or I could just link to it in the Hakyll FAQ?
>> I haven't completed my migration yet and there may be some issues hiding.
>> So it's not ready to wrap up.
>> Once it's done, I'll try to describe the procedure.
> Any updates? I'd love to be able to do this as well.
> I would also love to be able to use HAML and SCSS (oh, how lovely they
> are!) with Hakyll, but Turbinado hasn't been updated in years ]=
>  http://haml.info/
>  http://sass-lang.com/
>  http://www.turbinado.org/