Why does sass not optimize duplicate dependencies? Essentially less and sass dont do that, like here: webpack-contrib/less-loader#7
It makes no sense at all to have a scss file imported two times. Every compiler does optimize things, why not sass?<
If you work modular, then the code from the example is perfectly fine.
@importsyntax. There is a new
@usesyntax (not in
node-sass) that addresses this. http://sass.logdown.com/posts/7858341-the-module-system-is-launched
npm install node-sassyou do
npm install sass. The API is the same, but instead of using a C (SassC) LibSass Node Binding to execute the processing, it uses a Dart-Sass produced native JS file for the processing.
@use. But I think people like use (that notice the Sass.js slowness) are a minority
lessfor example it is also possible to use
~to reference the
node_modulesfolder from anywhere
sassyet to run into the issue and report it, or they have but rather than report it they switched to a similar library that is already compatible
Hey Sass developers. Why not stick to programmimg instead of sticking your asshats in politics and putting BLM support on your website.
What about all the other programmers who do not support this movement and want to keep programming out of politics.
Think before you support.
I am sure that at least 50% of programmers do not support this communist organization that passes itself off as caring.
If you want to support BLM do it on your own time without speaking for the whole community.
This is all I have to say about it. I hope I can get some satisfaction and see the "WE SUPPORT BLM" taken down from the site.
It just goes to show the ignorance that you have for other peoples feelings who do not support this movement.