Good to know. So I said this to the support staff at my hosting company:
....I wonder if another option might be https://atom.io/packages/sass-autocompile (It was recommended by a SASS programmer.) It's a self contained SASS compiler, and if it works as advertised, would let me save SASS files. It sounds a lot simpler than the route you're wanting to go. (Reformatting my server so we can run the latest version of Ruby.)
And this is what they said back:
Dan, This could work, however we wouldn't be familiar with this particular item.
I have went ahead and installed it, so you can certainly test to see if it meets your needs. Regards, Stephen A., ServInt MST
So my question is... now what? Is the Atom editor something they would need to install (if they didn't already)? Is it web based? I was just wanting a web based SASS editor to run on my server. But I'm open to something else if it's not web based. (If it is, how do I access it.)