I am really used to SASS syntax, and I wish I could use it instead of SCSS that came built with the Sage 9 pack. Is there any way I can switch it?
I am assuming that would require some changes in the webpack config.js, all scss filenames and change the syntax from all files.
The former is the one I am not sure how to do, and also, I am not sure if there is anything else I didn’t think about. Would anyone be so kind as to guide me over this?
This seems to work … sass is being compiled and browsersync loads everything correctly into the browser preview. Only the error window shows me errors for scss. Any ideas how this can be switched from scss to sass as well?
Yes correct @jameslutley I meant the Styleint errors. Though I have to say … I switched Styleint off and then realized, that it looked like Sass was compiling right through the error window, but it really didn’t. So I gave up on this thing for now and have to work with Scss, though I hate it and really don’t understand why everyone is using Scss instead of Sass. It really doesn’t make any sense, as Sass is much more simple, fast, super short and so easy to write …
@Stephen I’d rather not try Sage 10 yet, as I’m afraid of bugs and stuff. Maybe I’ll try it some time when I get bored on a safe machine, to make sure it won’t interfer with my bedrock and trellis installation and dependencies. But thanks for the hint!
I’d gladly pay someone to make Sass work for me. So if someone figures out how to do it, please let me know!!