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Initial 'Phases' implementation finding SASS variables prefixed $bp- #6

merged 4 commits into from Jun 18, 2013

Initial 'Phases' implementation finding SASS variables prefixed $bp- #6

merged 4 commits into from Jun 18, 2013


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@benedfit benedfit commented Jun 7, 2013

Basic feature to traverse /css/scss folder structure and find SASS variables prefixed '$bp-', then render as a 'Phases' tab in the menu bar, using remainder of variable name and value for control e.g. $bp-small become SMALL > 24em

Basic support provided for detecting whether px or em value has been specified.


  • Provide configuration to allow user to set pattern to match variable name on.
  • Possibly order the options based on size rather than order of declaration
  • Confirm this works with .sass as well as .scss
  • Deal with other browser units of measure
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@dmolsen dmolsen commented Jun 7, 2013

I'll let @bradfrost merge this if he feels it fits the project but it looks really cool. I saw the blog post and I'm glad you're hacking on the project. It's a really fantastic idea. I'm going to merge it with the stuff I've developed as an expansion on Brad's ideas.

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@bradfrost bradfrost commented Jun 18, 2013

I'm going to give this a shot. Seems interesting!

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Initial 'Phases' implementation finding SASS variables prefixed $bp-
@bradfrost bradfrost merged commit 9a1d940 into bradfrost:master Jun 18, 2013
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