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Kent Hefley11,215 Points
Ruby Sass is Deprecated
I just updated SASS through the command prompt and got the message that next month, Ruby Sass will be put to pasture and to visit the SASS blog for more info. It states that things will shift to something called Dart Sass. I also read this will not support the --watch command. From what I am reading, this is a different language. I am not able to find much info I can understand doing a simple google search
Will this make any changes to how we write our code? Will we still be able to use SCSS? How does all this work?
npm install -g sass
and you'll have the new Sass available globally (aka, in all folders on your computer). Once you have it, you can still write the same:
sass --watch site.scss:..\site.css --style=compressed
sass site.scss ..\site.css
commands you've learned with the Ruby-based Sass. You can read more about this Sass implementation on their npm page.