SASS Conventions

I'm learning SASS - so this might be a stupid question.

Is it considered convention to open SSH and just leave SASS --watch running all the time?  That way I don't have to bother starting it on the server every time I start making revisions to the scss file?
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RartemassLife CoachCommented:
It isn't recommended to modify a live site (I'm assuming that is why you are using SSH). It can be OK for small changes like altering a button colour on the fly. For larger changes its better practice to get a local backup copy, modify that, then upload once changes completed.
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Naresh KTechnical ArchitectCommented:
I also Recommend not to use SSH for Modification. As Said By #Rartemass you can take a backup copy, modify it and again Upload after you completed with your changes.
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