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I want SASS to start at system startup and watch a file/directory the entire time. However, I don't want the command prompt window to appear. If I close the command prompt window, then SASS also stops watching the file.

How do I watch a file using SASS without having a command prompt window open?

Here's part of a .bat file ran at startup:

cd "C:\...\Server\"
sass --watch sass:www/css --style compressed
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You can modify your SASS batch file to read:

start sass --watch sass:www/css --style compressed

This will spawn SASS as a new process, and it will be untied from the original command prompt window that started it.

  • But there will still be a command prompt window open. I don't want there to be a window open. – Leo Jiang Apr 27 '14 at 16:23

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