I’m not super interested in that approach, the main draw to Zola for me is that it is a single binary. Having to install node + npm install some libraries is not a great workflow imo. If you wanted to do that, you don’t need to go through zola imo you can just write a small make file for it.
Firstly, I totally understand. However, I think PostCSS is more powerful than Sass and deserve as a Zola CSS building option. For me, I can use Tailwindcss ( a PostCSS plugin ) to build my Zola website.
Whatmore, build PostCSS is easy, just call
postcss command to compile the target css file, for example,
postcss index.css -d static/css -w.
So, maybe we can add the PostCSS option in
config.toml to support this?
What do you think? I’d love to submit PR if is ok