• Darth BaneDarth Bane, 9 years ago

    Interesting discussion, the main anti-SASS "argument" (apart from people being used to brackets) seems to be incompatibility with normal CSS, or that people are worried about consistent workflow across many developers or projects.

    For me the normal CSS issue is never really a problem, I use CSS snippets all the time. Just a matter of removing the brackets and semi-colons and it's SASS.

    Same goes for consistency, SASS isn't that different, anyone who knows SCSS will know SASS. A few missing characters is the only major difference.

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