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watch: trueit has no effect
node-sasswith a tool like
chokidaror you can try the newer Dart-based version of Sass (https://www.npmjs.com/package/sass)
sass load-path='node_modules' as well asincludePaths` .. nothing changes anything
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.