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  • 6 contributors
Commits on Mar 19, 2013
@csswizardry Merge branch 'v5.0.1' 676635d
Commits on May 12, 2013
@peterwilsoncc peterwilsoncc Add Nicolas Carlo credit for LESS port 5f55e86
Commits on Jun 10, 2013
@csswizardry Merge pull request #207 from peterwilsoncc/sass-original
Add Nicolas Carlo credit for LESS port
Commits on Dec 31, 2013
@firewalker06 firewalker06 Change to bower.json to meet new Bower requirement
Updated since bower/json@db4901b
Commits on Jan 18, 2014
@csswizardry Merge pull request #292 from firewalker06/master
Change to bower.json to meet new Bower requirement
Commits on Feb 14, 2014
@cvrebert cvrebert Update link to Bootstrap in README 844d812
Commits on Feb 17, 2014
@csswizardry Merge pull request #301 from cvrebert/patch-1
Update link to Bootstrap in README
Commits on Mar 08, 2014
@emagnier emagnier Add a global flag on quote variables 9256647
Commits on Mar 10, 2014
@csswizardry Merge pull request #304 from emagnier/global-var-warnings
Add a global flag on quote variables
Commits on Mar 12, 2014
@emagnier emagnier Inuit.css requires now Sass 3.3 5c5942c
@csswizardry Merge pull request #306 from emagnier/readme
Inuit.css requires now Sass 3.3
Commits on Jun 10, 2014
@sedovsek sedovsek Image Source of inuitcss logo changed.
It appears to be hosted on the following address:
Commits on Jul 18, 2014
@csswizardry Merge pull request #319 from sedovsek/patch-1
Image source of inuitcss logo changed.
@csswizardry Add notice about moved repo 8e40f2c
@csswizardry New notice about moved repo c737cf1
@@ -1,6 +1,11 @@
-# inuit.css – v5.0
+**Please head to []( to play with
+the new, improved version of inuitcss.**
+## inuit.css – v5.0
inuit.css is a powerful little framework designed for _serious_ developers.
@@ -31,7 +36,7 @@ _lot_ more.
**Do not use inuit.css if:**
* You need a framework that supplies design (I’d recommend
- [Bootstrap]( for that).
+ [Bootstrap]( for that).
## Browser support
@@ -66,7 +71,7 @@ condensed into one powerful little framework.
## Installation
-**Requires Sass 3.2**
+**Requires Sass 3.3**
inuit.css v5.0+ is designed to be even more advanced than previous versions of
your favourite CSS framework! inuit.css’ core library is now intended to be used
@@ -307,8 +312,9 @@ at the [inuit.css Trello board](
## Looking for a little LESS?
-[Peter Wilson]( is maintaining a LESS port of inuit.css:
-check [the GitHub repo](
+[Peter Wilson]( and
+[Nicolas Carlo]( are maintaining a LESS port of
+inuit.css: check [the GitHub repo](
## Using Compass?
4 base/_quotes.scss
@@ -5,8 +5,8 @@
* If English quotes are set in `_vars.scss`, define them here.
@if $english-quotes == true{
- $open-quote: \201C;
- $close-quote: \201D;
+ $open-quote: \201C !global;
+ $close-quote: \201D !global;
0  component.json → bower.json
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Sass 3.2 is unable to process this:
error src/css/styles.scss (Line 8 of src/css/../bower_components/inuit.css/base/_quotes.scss: Invalid CSS after "...uote: \201C ": expected "}", was "!global;")

I though it was an outdated Sass version in LiveReload, but I've tested this on two machines. It's definitely breaking.


I tried to execute under Sass 3.2.14, and get the same error.
Then, I upgrade to Sass 3.3, no error.


I got sass 3.3.4 and I receive the same error.
I even updated my sass to 3.3.7, and code keep on breaking my app. I removed globals defs and now the code is passing.


@NeoSwf Are you sure you are on 3.3.7? On my side I made some test with this version and it works well.
Make sass -v in your terminal, or verify the version your are using. You may have installed the latest version, but still using an old one to compile.


I've tried multiple ways of updating the Sass version LiveReload uses, but so far no good. Just updated to 3.3.7 and it still breaks. I've essentially given up so for now I need to remove those globals. Are these globals worth it? I think they should be removed.


@emagnier - how can I know which sass I use to compile the files? (my terminal displays me 3.3.7 by running -v)


gem list sass will list all Sass versions you have installed.
Try to uninstall everything with (sudo) gem sass uninstall, and then reinstall only the last version.

Are you using the Sass compiler directly? Or via a third party (grunt/gulp, an IDE plugin...)? Or via Libsass, node-sass...?


Thank you @emagnier . I had 7 SASS installed on my system!
I uninstalled alll, including compass, and installed -pre compass, to have 3.3.7 sass version (since standard compass includes 3.2.9)

Thanks a lot!


@NeoSwf Cool :)

@Biggsen if you remove those global flags you will get a deprecated warning when compiling with Sass 3.3.x, because in the future versions of Sass, assign data to a local variable will have a different behaviour. So it's not recommended to remove them.

More details here:
Changelog Sass 3.3.0 Backwards Incompatibilities -- Must Read!

As part of a migration to cleaner variable semantics, assigning to global variables in a local context by default is deprecated. If there's a global variable named $color and you write $color: blue within a CSS rule, Sass will now print a warning; in the future, it will create a new local variable named $color. You may now explicitly assign to global variables using the !global flag; for example, $color: blue !global will always assign to the global $color variable.


Eureka!! Finally I got it working. Like @NeoSwf I cleaned it all out, installed latest sass, used --pre compass to get the alpha.

Thanks @emagnier for your help :)


@Biggsen - good we had @emagnier ha? :+1:


@csswizardry Is the newer version of Inuit.css officially considered "ready" now? Or is 5.0 still the stable version?

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