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csscombine - Utility to combine several stylesheets into one.
csscombine [options...] path...
csscombine may be used to combine several sheets loaded from a main sheet via @import
rules. Nested @import rules are resolved since cssutils 0.9.6a1.
The resulting combined sheet (optionally minified) is sent to stdout, info and error
messages are handled by the normal cssutils log.
csscombine may also be used to change the encoding of the stylesheet if a target encoding
Show help message and exit.
Saves minified version of combined files, default is false.
-s SOURCEENCODING, --sourceencoding=SOURCEENCODING
Encoding of input, defaulting to "css". If given, overwrites other encoding
information like @charset declarations.
-t TARGETENCODING, --targetencoding=TARGETENCODING
Encoding of output, defaulting to "UTF-8".
-u URL, --url=URL
URL to parse, path... is ignored if URL is given.
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