I suggest you ...

Have default src --> public compile folders

Let me specify 2 folders, one 'source' and one 'output'. Then, compile all files in src/ into their same spot in output/

So, if I have
src/js/app.coffee
src/js/helpers/forms.coffee
src/stylesheets/styles.less

This gets compiled into
public/js/app.js
public/js/helpers/forms.js
public/stylesheets/styles.less

Isn't this how most sane people structure their code? Doing this now is a huge pain, since I have to set output directories for every sub-directory I have

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    Varun SinghVarun Singh shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    planned  ·  Andrey TarantsovAdminAndrey Tarantsov (Founder, LiveReload) responded  · 

    A flexible rules system is planned for LiveReload 3, so that you can add a rule like src/js//.coffee → public/js/**.js, and that covers any matching files. Sounds good?

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