Install Sass in mac OS Sierra

Macbook comes with pre-installed ruby. To check whether you have ruby installed in your system open the terminal app and type the following underlined code and press enter.

mymacbook:~ $myname ruby–v 

It should display something like this:

ruby 2.0.0p648 (2015-12-16 revision 53162) [universal.x86_64-darwin16]

This means you have ruby already installed in your macBook.Now you try to install sass by typing the following code in the terminal:

mymacbook:~ $myname gem install sass

If you get error, try the following code

mymacbook:~ $myname sudo gem install sass

and type the password to grant access for installation.

If you get error again, type the following code in terminal and press enter.

mymacbook:~ $myname xcode-select –install

This will install xcode command line developer tools.It will take 2-3 minutes to complete the process. After this, type again the following code in terminal and press enter.

mymacbook:~ $myname gem install sass

or

mymacbook:~ $myname sudo gem install sass

Now to check whether sass has been installed in your macBook, type the following code in your terminal and press enter.

mymacbook:~ $myname sass –v

you should see something like this:

Saas 3.5.1 (Bleeding edge)

 

 

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