Posted 11 years ago by Jacob Bearce
Version: 1.9.10
  1. The file type name: SASS
  2. The filename extensions that are used by the file type (e.g. .vb for Visual Basic): .scss
  3. A brief description telling what it is used for: This is kind of like jQuery for CSS, it extends it's abilities a great extent.
  4. The URL to full specifications of the file type:
  5. Where specifically can the language's list of keywords, comment styles, etc. be found?:
  6. How is the language commented, and what commenting style makes the most sense for comment/uncomment selection features?: It's basically an advanced version of CSS< it uses /* and */ for comments, just like CSS.
  7. Which delimiters make sense to be highlighted in delimiter highlighting? Not 100% sure what this means, but like I said above, it's basically the same syntax as CSS.
  8. Links to example code for the file type:

Comments (1)

Posted 11 years ago by Matt Stow

Yes, please add Sass (SCSS) support. I no longer write vanilla CSS and I'd love to use this app; it looks great.

SCSS is essentially CSS, so you don't really need to do anything special if you don't want, but it would be really good if you could support nesting CSS rules (by indenting correctly when pressing enter), syntax highlight the @ rules and directives: @extend, @import, @media, @mixin, @debug, @warn, @if, @for, @each & @while, and support // comments.


The latest build of this product (v4.2.42) was released 3 years ago, which was after the last post in this thread.

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