howdy! Has anyone had any problems compiling 3.3.7 for x86 or Any Cpu? I have this scenario where I have a custom build project using libsass to handle compiling styles, this is packaged into a nuget and used by a web project. The web project is getting access violations when the compile function is called in libsass. The project using libsass is is compiled for Any Cpu as is the project referencing that project.
Also getting a lot of failed unit tests on out of memory exceptions when reading the result of the compile.
For anyone interested, the place in the libsassnet library that was throwing the access violation exception was when trying to execute: PtrToStringArray(SassExterns.sass_context_get_included_files(this)) In the GetResult of safeContextHandle after compiling. Still don't know why it's getting an invalid handle back though, and intermittently to boot.
"Please use the Alpha versions for the time being. the "Stable" versions are unstable and slow."
Is that a reference to "libsassnet 3.3.7 (latest stable)"? Is "libsassnet 126.96.36.199" stable and usable as a prod non-alpha?
ah so 3.3.7 isn't actually stable?, eek. I switched to that because the compile time went down so far, like 10 fold
thanks for letting me know :)
I'm just going by what it says on the libsass.net github readme
I'd like some clarification on that and what's the best for a production environment.
I'm thinking about switching from Ruby on Rails to C# .NET but using Visual Studio for Mac (i.e. old Mono). Coming from Rails and Ruby I depend pretty heavily on Sass, but the libsass-net library depends on the C++ Redist. Is any one working on a version that doesn't require that? I'd love to move over from Rails but can't until I have access to my mainstay libraries.