Support for .less
CSS is so much easier to maintain with the .less
It allows you to make variables in css files.
It would be great with intellisense etc for this great project
Will be included in Web Tools 2012.2 RTM
Richard Turner commented
Mads, you're a rockstar! Thanks for adding side-by-side editing support for CoffeeScript. LESS and TypeScript :)
Stéphane Erbrech commented
I like better sass, but any of those will be a big improvement.
The Web Essentials 2012 extension now does this very well.
James D. Schwarzmeier commented
Agree...and more generally, SASS/SCSS should also be supported (take your pick). I currently use WebWorkbench but it's quite unstable.
Mystere Man commented
Less compilation is easily supported in the the bundling feature, but IDE support would be ideal.
WebWorkbench is painfully slow, and its IntelliSense is very broken.
Not to mention all the new CSS features in Dev11.
We want native less support
I recommend: http://www.mindscapehq.com/products/web-workbench
Андрей Кухаренко commented
This options is very need to integrate into Visual Studio.
Now i work with Css ls Less that build on .dotless but extension is very lag.(
The best option is to write your own version of the LESS compiler for Visual Studio that will support the compilation into a pure CSS for every *.less file individually.
Also that wiil be fast and with native full IntelliSense for CSS!