Cascading Tree Sheets (CTS) is a CSS-like language to describe web structure.
Before you get started, make sure you have installed the following tools:
To set up a brand new CTS development environment, perform the following steps:
Create a new, empty directory and from within it, run:
bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cts/cts/master/initial-setup.sh)"
Change into the
cts directory that was just created.
This will link the dependencies of that project to the other repositories downloaded by the setup script.
Since the Duo package manager is typically used for production builds, it
requires packages straight from Github instead of your local environment. To get around this, grunt downloads these packages from Github into the
build-tmp/components directory, then symlinks those
cts-* directories with your local versions. This is done by the
You can build CTS by running
grunt from inside the
cts project. You'll find the output in the
build directory. If the
build-tmp directory is ever deleted, you need to re-run
grunt setup to symlink the directories properly. Otherwise, none of your local changes will end up in the build file.
This software is made available under the BSD License.