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Less member lukeapage commented Apr 1, 2013 For a start.... Razor is very picky about that kind of thing. I compiled it online not surprisingly it works, I am so confused css twitter-bootstrap less share|improve this question edited May 11 '12 at 13:47 asked May 11 '12 at 13:07 D.J Clues anyone? have a peek here

more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Reload to refresh your session. Longest "De Bruijn phrase" in English How to prove that a paper published with a particular English transliteration of my Russian name is mine? lcd047 closed this Dec 5, 2013 lcd047 referenced this issue Sep 4, 2014 Closed with js eslint not work when there is some errors about the "{" or "" #1178

I wanted to fix alot of the comments bugs (I have tagged them comments) as the next thing I do, but I've never got round to it. It doesn't matter if the variables are set to true or false. Reload to refresh your session. If I was writing less from scratch I would use a proper tokenizer..

That might be why it errors out. Imagine you have a bunch of rules and suddenly you want to change the selector name :) jonschlinkert commented Apr 5, 2013 The "problem" with your solution Not to split hairs, You signed in with another tab or window. Works no matter how many hyphens are in the selector name.

Already have an account? making sure that the parser can focus on the language grammar more than the formatting of the code. Do I need to do this? https://github.com/scrooloose/syntastic/issues/894 Words that are anagrams of themselves How to do \widthof with a symbol Glossy material rendering black, in a scene with environment and emission lighting Passing different value (link value) from

What am I doing wrong? I already found out that /*{comment}*/ .bg { color: #333 /*{comment}*/; background-image: linear-gradient(#333 /*comment*/, #111); } parses without error. Just convert your file to UTF-8 without BOM and it will work. Already have an account?

We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/33933548/less-parseerror-missing-closing That's all there is to it: the error is there, but Vim can't show it to you. Has the acronym DNA ever been widely understood to stand for deoxyribose nucleic acid? what did i missed???

I am very surprised nested interpolation used to work. http://back2cloud.com/parse-error/parse-error-parse-error-unexpected-t-object-operator-in-joomla.php All I see in your code is string : string; share|improve this answer edited Nov 26 '15 at 9:36 answered Nov 26 '15 at 8:54 vssadineni 778 well you How do I replace and (&&) in a for loop? You signed in with another tab or window.

Bangalore to Tiruvannamalai : Even, asphalt road What's difference between these two sentences? This eliminate almost all problems related with spaces, new line, etc. NOTE: I used a instead of the token that points out that the following word will be a variable beceause @ can only be used once in a comment –jess19 Nov http://back2cloud.com/parse-error/parse-error-parse-error-unexpected-t-static-expecting-t-old-function.php Would you have the know-how to both explain the concept and build that into the parser?

This is the code where the error occured: less.modifyVars({ '@buttonFace': '#5B83AD', '@buttonText': '#D9EEF2' }); I am sure I correctly used the closing ')' but the error says I didn't. every time I add my file in I got: ParseError: Syntax Error on line 1 in C:\xxx\content\bootst rap\less\xxx.form.less:9:999 8 } My own less file: .form-unit { background-color: #F5F5F5; border-radius: 6px 6px ChrisCinelli commented Jun 6, 2013 Interesting links related to my last comment: https://github.com/navstev0/nodebnf and https://github.com/TylerBrinks/ExCSS/blob/master/Antlr/ExCSS.g ChrisCinelli commented Jun 6, 2013 BTW, Antlr seems to support Javascript as output language: http://www.antlr.org/wiki/display/ANTLR3/Code+Generation+Targets Less

Once you fix those, you'll run into some other syntax issues, like item not being defined in your third block, but you should be able to deal with those.

If you want to see it i can show you all of the code. –jess19 Nov 26 '15 at 9:11 No not all of the code, I just wanted In the meanwhile, a non ambiguous BNF form of less' syntax will help a lot to clarify at least what is expected, Less member matthew-dean commented Jun 6, 2013 I wonder Latest News YOOtheme Pro Page Builder Website Builder 1-Click Updates The Invisible Framework YOOtheme Pro Products Joomla Templates WordPress Themes Warp Framework Widgetkit ZOO Stock Icons Company Blog Our Team Contact You should also have clear less grammar in BNF from which you can create the parser.

Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Parse Error, missing a closing “}” up vote 1 down vote favorite I've spent 45mins looking for the missing closing "}" and asked 2 years ago viewed 651 times active 2 years ago Get the weekly newsletter! Storing CSS selectors into variables would be superhandy instead. http://back2cloud.com/parse-error/parse-error-parse-error-unexpected-t-string-expecting-t-function.php I updated it just now with npm update -g less to be sure.

color: #4D926F; #header { color: @color; } Environment info, which you probably don't need: Installed Syntastic with pathogen. I noticed that lately less.js is more robust but I would consider introducing the Tokenizer layer to finally eliminate these kind of bugs. How do you say "you all" in Esperanto? ChrisCinelli commented Jun 6, 2013 Ten or more year ago I wrote a C compiler with a Tokenizer in C++ ;-) I am good with Javascript but I am not too

we can get round that by treating url( as a token entity, but its the biggest sticking point AFAIK. @ChrisCinelli if you would like to contribute I would happily let you Not the answer you're looking for? Less does have a tokenizer (well it calls it one) but essentially all it does is break the input into blocks, strings and comments. ChrisCinelli commented Jun 6, 2013 Rewriting the parser is pretty big task.

If so there's a bug where it can't read files encoded in UTF-8 with BOM. lukeapage closed this Aug 17, 2014 seven-phases-max referenced this issue Aug 17, 2014 Closed Inline CSS comments don't compile correctly #1302 Sign up for free to join this conversation on