Monthly Archives: February 2014

DustJS – Getting ‘Duster’ to work on OS X / Linux

This is going to be a short post on one of the issues I came across when I was trying to use LinkedIn DustJS on my Mac Book. I was trying out DustJS for one of the new projects I’m working on, and I came across ‘DusterJS’ (https://github.com/dmix/dusterjs/), which is a watcher that could monitor your .dust files and convert them on-the-fly to compiled dust templates. This is a life saver when it comes to developing dust templates, and kudos to the author for writing such a great tool.
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