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Per https://github.com/nex3/sass/blob/master/lib/sass/importers/base.rb#L17 importers should be marshalable. Sprockets::SassImporter has @context which is not serializable. This breaks sass' caching.
Per @spohlenz's suggestion, the correct fix would be to define #_dump and ::_load on Sprockets::SassImporter so that it can be marshaled and restored. This significantly improves the repeated compilation speed of Sass 3.3.0 under Sprockets.
See the recent discussion on rails/sass-rails#36 for more detailed information.
I've implemented a temporary fix here: https://github.com/LRDesign/sass-rails-source-maps
But the right fix would be to correct this in Sprockets.
would love to see this fixed!
me too !
Disable sass cache store
Custom importer can't be serialized.
Preliminary version of forked gem
Caching of assets on problems with sprockets/sass