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CSS Merge now on Unix/OS X

CSS Merge is now available on Linux platforms that support Mono.

Download Mono from http://www.go-mono.com/mono-downloads/download.html

run using the command line:
mono "CSS Merge"

CSS Merge assists in the management of multiple or large cascading style sheets by simplifying the duplicate rules and properties within them.

Visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/cssmerge/ and offer your feedback.

Posted by John Hartley 2008-12-04

Tried CSS Tidy?

CSS Merge will not be developed for a while but is useful as is. Have a look at CSS Tidy (http://sourceforge.net/projects/csstidy/) which has many advanced functions that I will not be besting anytime soon. It is a good project.

Posted by John Hartley 2007-01-29

CSS Merge 0.1.2 the "Starting to be useful" release.

This is the "Starting to be useful" release.

Output formatting options are now available but CSS @rules (such as @import) are not handled yet. Any suggestions on handling at rules would be appreciated.

Visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/cssmerge/ and offer your feedback.

Posted by John Hartley 2006-07-22

CSS Merge beta

CSS Merge assists in the management of multiple or large cascading style sheets by simplifying the duplicate rules and properties within them.

The CSS files need to be validated before they are processed but CSS Merge will spot simple errors.

There is still plenty of work to do so use with caution and validate any results on the W3C site.

Visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/cssmerge/ and offer your feedback.

Posted by John Hartley 2006-07-12