I tried to set up SASS as part of an Omega 4 theme on a VPS server, but I'm now drowning in Ruby permissions and versioning issues. It's causing far more sysadmin type work than a CSS generator is worth for this project.
The Omega 4 docs repeatedly state that SASS is helpful but not essential to Omega 4 and that you can simply write CSS the old-fashioned way, which is what I intend to do - but they don't say anything about how to stop Omega trying (and failing) to apply SASS all the time.
How can I completely disable the SASS element of Omega 4?
I can't find anything relevant in the theme settings. I've tried simply removing / renaming the
sass folder in my subtheme and clearing caches, but I'm still getting Ruby / SASS related errors that look like this:
Error: File to import not found or unreadable: singularitygs.
I want it to completely stop trying to do anything related to SASS.
From reading around, it sounds like it's common to have a Drupal production server run Omega 4 with no SASS, and for people to have SASS on their development server then upload the CSS output to production when they're happy with it. Sounds sensible. But how what I can't find is, how do they stop the production server from trying to run SASS and access all that Ruby stuff all the time?