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Based on #54 (comment), conceptually I think we’d like to support both. CSS would have two whitespace sensitive pre-processors (Sass and Stylus) and two superset pre-processors (LESS and SCSS).
That said, it looks like hcatlin/libsass supports only SCSS.
I’ve been testing SCSS support and I’d say it’s going well. Harp needs to stays as easy to install as it is now; this is where the current effort is going. The discussion is here: sintaxi/terraform#3
Not supporting the indented syntax was briefly discussed since we thought it might be dropped, but I’ve since found this:
—Adam Stacoviak, Sass’s indented syntax has not been and will never be deprecated!
—Nathan Weizenbaum, The Indented Sass Syntax is Here to Stay
So I’m not where that’s been coming from.
In any case, it will definitely be the most inconvenient to implement, but I do have a couple of ideas. Requiring the Gem has been ruled out since Harp should just take care of it. I would love to see node-sass-indented working. If you have any comments on either matter, we’d love feedback or help here.
SCSS syntax should be in Harp when this issue is closed: sass/node-sass#148
The indented syntax will be the easiest to add if this issue is taken care of: sass/libsass#16
We’re happy to announce the latest version of Harp supports Sass via the SCSS syntax! You can read the full details in the Harp v0.11.0 blog post. To get started right away, upgrade or instal Harp with
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Great news Kenneth!
Looking forward to .sass syntax :)
On 30 December 2013 22:41, Kenneth Ormandy firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: