What do folks do for compiling Sass in Ubuntu/GNOME (or CLI)?

It’s been a while since I’ve compiled Sass, and the app I used to watch my .scss files doesn’t work and hasn’t been updated in quite some time. Now I am on the prowl for a new tool, and want to hear from peeps: how do you compile Sass?

I am nominally working on something that will be shared, so I starting looking at Yarn for package management, and using Bourbon/Neat for mixins. Since I am committing yarn.lock to the repo, I figured I would include Grunt or Gulp to handle the task, but I am not sure if that is how it is done… is it?

If I include the watcher and necessary tasks in the repo so all they have to do is run a command, that is okay, ne? :slight_smile: