You open Sublime Text, edit a Sass file, save...and nothing. *Sigh*. You forgot to launch CodeKit or your project folder wasn't in the app.
This plugin for Sublime automatically launches CodeKit and adds projects to the app so that you don't have to. It also does a lot more!View The Plugin
Make sure you have Sublime Text 2 or 3 and CodeKit 2.1.8+. Then, install the plugin via Sublime's Package Manager.
See the official plugin documentation for details. Read this carefully, as the plugin has several default options that might take you by surprise.
From Michael Russell
Michael also happens to be one of CodeKit's most prolific and thorough beta testers. Thanks for creating this and for making CodeKit better, Michael!