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Add sass-embedded to default implementations #1025

merged 1 commit into from Feb 15, 2022


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This PR contains a:

  • bugfix
  • new feature
  • code refactor
  • test update
  • typo fix
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Motivation / Use-Case

Add sass-embedded to default implementations:
While using create-react-app and react-app-rewired I want to use sass-embedded, but config-overrides doesnt work as expected: scssLoader.options.implementation = require('sass-embedded'); doesnt apply, I`m getting errors like "sass not found". So the easiest way to fix this is to add sass-embedded to getDefaultSassImplementation function.
P.S. Idk if it is a bugfix or feature :D

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Please accept CLA and add test case, I fine with this

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CLA accepted, what test cases should I add? Cant find any tests for getDefaultSassImplementation(). Or you need some test repository where this fix applied?

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Merging #1025 (fc27e8e) into master (d3827f2) will decrease coverage by 0.76%.
The diff coverage is 0.00%.

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I will add test case

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