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Sass​Solution

by ahmedam55 ALL

sublime plugin to autocomplete all vars and mixins in files you set in the setting file

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SassSolution

Sublime plugin to autocomplete all SASS vars and mixins in files you set in the setting file

Easy installation

You can install SassSolution through the Package Control.

  1. Press cmd/ctrl + shift + p to open the command palette.
  2. Type “install package” and press enter. Then search for “Sass Solution”

Manual installation

  1. Download the latest release, extract and rename the directory to “SassSolution”.
  2. Move the directory inside your sublime Packages directory. (Preferences > Browse packages…)

Configuration

To use the autocompletion you have to define path(s) in the plugin settings so the plugin knows what to parse. The easiest way is right clicking a folder or file in the sidebar and choose SassSolution > Add to AutoComplete. This will add the appropriate path to your user settings of Sass Solution:

{
    "files": [],
    "folders": ["/Users/sassninja/Development/testProject"]
}

Apart from that you must choose SCSS syntax in the editor when you want to use the autocompletion. You can use the plugin SCSS if you can't choose it yet. SASS syntax doesn't work because Sass Solution currently only supports SCSS.