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Identity optimization is the strategy in which most of Rainpress Serial Key is built: first, identify rules that produce highly-identical CSS and remove those.

After applying the rules, the output is beautified by removing things like unnecessary comments and using semicolons.
Rainpress Features

Fast performance. Rainpress compresses CSS much faster than Jison.
Open Source. Rainpress is open source and free to use.
Unlimited compression. Rainpress will never run out of CPU.
Pipeless output. No need to get any software to process or view the compressed CSS.
Intuitive. It’s easy to write rules, and to read the output.
Extremely configurable. You can customize how much compression you want, the level of identity optimization you want, what you want to see in the output, and more.

Example Usage

If you wish to use Rainpress as a library, please use either:
require ‘rainpress’

require ‘rainpress/raindrop/css/raindrop’

To access all of the methods, you can call:

If you wish to use Rainpress as a standalone application, please install the executable with:
gem install rainpress-raildrop

You can then call:
require ‘rainpress’

Rainpress can be used by just writing CSS code to be compressed, and then it will work just like how it works as a library.
Rainpress works in a similar fashion to Jison, and with a little study and testing, you can get it to produce pretty much the same output.
To get started with Rainpress, you’ll have to decide on the level of identity optimization you wish to apply. You can go from no optimization to basic to expert. You can also choose to see more stuff in the output.

Identity optimization is generally best applied at a more basic level, but it is important to see how Rainpress behaves at each level of optimization.
To control the level of identity optimization, use the ‘-v’ switch in the command line or the ‘-v’ option in the configuration file.

Basic optimization:
$ rainpress -r css/layout.css -v

Show all possible optimizations:
$ rainpress -r css/layout.css -v

Show all possible optimizations and save a file:
$ rain

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Rainpress is a Ruby script that removes white space, comments, unnecessary curly braces and newlines from CSS files.
There is no limit on the number of files Rainpress can process at once.
The process of file removal can be done either in file or directory context.

The process of file removal is done using the “rain” operator. The following example creates a new file, “a.css” with rain removed all instances of “a”.

The “rain” operator can be used on any CSS file or directory.

Compressed Files
Rainpress does not compress anything, it simply removes white space and comments. If the original file is not already compressed, rainpress will open it in your default text editor and show you the changes so that you can confirm you want to proceed with the removal.
The returned file is renamed, if an existing file is detected. If no existing file is detected, then the file is created.
The default compression algorithm is not GZIP.

List of supported compression algorithms:


Release history:
– 0.0.0
– 0.1.0
– 0.2.0
– 0.3.0
– 0.4.0
– 0.5.0
– 0.6.0
– 0.7.0
– 0.8.0
– 0.8.1
– 0.9.0
– 1.0.0

Running the executable
For Linux and Mac OS, you can run the executable rainpress directly from the command line. It is easy to compile as a part of your CI.

For Windows users, the easiest way to run the executable is to extract its contents in a directory. See the section below for details.

Running the executable from a Ruby script
If you want to run Rainpress from a Ruby script, you can read the documentation below for the suggested way to do it. If you are more comfortable doing it in the Linux or MacOS way, then you can run the executable from the command line.

Creating the executable
We use the RubyZip package to create the executable on Windows. In other operating systems, you can compile the executable yourself.

The executable is installed in your system path. If you want to run the executable

What’s New In?

Rainpress is a Ruby library for compressing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files using a variety of common compression algorithms like gzip, deflate, etc. It is not a web server or webserver. It is meant to be used as a command line utility.

GNU GPL version 2 or later


* 2016-08-24 v1.6.0 – add CSS compression support
* 2016-08-15 v1.5.0 – add XML files compression support
* 2016-06-29 v1.4.0 – add support for JavaScript file compression
* 2016-03-23 v1.3.1 – add support for PHP files compression
* 2015-09-05 v1.2.0 – add support for HTML files compression
* 2015-04-19 v1.1.0 – First released version



Install using [RVM](

If you have RVM and Ruby already installed you may use:

`rvm install 1.8.7`

then run:

`rvm use 1.8.7`

and install Rainpress

`gem install rainpress`

Installing with Bundler

If you use Bundler then you may use:

`gem install rainpress`

To use Rainpress in an Rails application you need to add:

gem ‘rainpress’

If you want to use the debug version then add:

`gem ‘rainpress-debug’`



Usage as a command line utility

In order to use Rainpress as a command line utility it needs to be installed as a gem. Run

`gem install rainpress-cli`

Then you need to run:

`rainpress foo.html`

It will check if foo.html exists and if it is a valid file of type HTML, CSS or JS.

If you want to compress all the files in a directory run

`rainpress foo.html`

If you want to use a specific directory then use

`rainpress /path/to/the/directory foo.html`

You can also pass multiple files like

`rainpress foo.html bar.html`

If you want to pass multiple directories then use

`rainpress /path/to/the/directory /path/to/the/directory`


`rainpress /path/to/the/directory/**/* foo.html bar.html`

Usage as a library

Compress a


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Windows 7 or higher
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Storage of at least 8 GB of free space on your drive
A copy of the game to play
A copy of Windows Media Player to view the video tutorials
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