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Is Compass dying?

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1.1.0 (UNRELEASED)

Asset Collections - Each asset collection is a bundle of sass stylesheets, images, and fonts that potentially have their own URL location, cache busting, and host requirements. Unlike compass extensions, asset collections don't require the publisher to package their assets in any particular way and the image and fonts don't need to be bundled or delivered as part of your projects' assets. This makes asset collections ideal for integrating with drupal extensions, bower, and other front-end packagers.

To add an asset collection to your project, call add_asset_collection and pass the asset collection configuration options to describe where to find the assets and how the urls for them are constructed. http://beta.compass-style.org/help/documentation/configuration-reference/#asset-collections

There are numerous issues affecting windows users in Sass 3.4 and Compass 1.0. Suggest waiting for a patch to upgrade if you are on windows.

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Hi,
I am very new to both sass and compass. I am trying to make a responsive page background. One solution I have looked at is provided by CHRIS COYIER particularly the one with jquery. 
 "The jquery checks if the image used as a background is larger or smaller than the current aspect ratio of the browser window. If it is lower, than we can set only the width to 100% on the image and know it will fill both height and width. If it is higher, we can set only the height to 100% and know that it will fill both the height and width."
I wonder if this can be accomplished by the use of mixins or functions in compass instead?
This is how the jqyery looks like:
$(function() {   

var theWindow        = $(window),
   $bg              = $("#bg"),
   aspectRatio      = $bg.width() / $bg.height();
       
function resizeBg() {

if ( (theWindow.width() / theWindow.height()) < aspectRatio ) {
   $bg
    .removeClass()
    .addClass('bgheight');
} else {
   $bg
    .removeClass()
    .addClass('bgwidth');
}

}
                 
theWindow.resize(function() {
resizeBg();
}).trigger("resize");

});

Thanks
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