• Jonathan SuhJonathan Suh, 9 years ago

    I also write a lot of JavaScript and PHP and brackets are common-place when writing both. Although the argument can be made that indented-Sass requires less typing, brackets and semi-colons come a heck of a lot more naturally for me.

    Brackets and semi-colons serve as good start-end indicators.

    The trade off is @include mixin-name... as opposed to +mixin-name but it's a trade off that's worth it for me in the end, in spite of the extra typing.

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    • Darth BaneDarth Bane, 9 years ago

      I think this is one of the biggest reasons, really. I'm not really into JS or PHP, so brackets have always been related to only CSS for me. If you're used to JS and PHP I can definitely see why brackets and semi-colons make more sense.

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