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Put the jumble of configuration variables to order: store all your configuration in a nested hash (Sass map). Access it and manipulate it using handy utils.

Why mark 2

This project is a refactoring of the beautiful sass-config-manager.

Reasons to fork

  1. As of June 2016, sass-config-manager was not compatible with libsass 3.3.3+.
  2. sass-config-manager implementation of global/local choice is messy. Using two distinct import endpoints makes the code cleaner.
  3. I find customization of namespace, delimiter and other options to be needless features. They are removed in mk2 in order to make the source simpler. mk2 only uses two variables: $-config-storage and $-config-storage-default to store user and default values respectively.
  4. sass-config-manager uses a crazy Grunt pipeline. I find it completely unnecessary because Sass supports @import.
  5. All variables, functions and mixins defined by mk2 predictably start only with config- and -config-. This reduces the risk of naming collisions.

Design decisions

  • mk2 is written with the indentation-driven .sass syntax. Way less visual noise! You can still import it into .scss code.
  • The config-get mixin and config-set function have been removed for simplicity. Use the config-get function and config-set mixin.
  • Private variable, function and mixin names start with a dash.

-- Andrey Mikhaylov (@lolmaus)



⚪️ -- not implemented yet, planned
🔘 -- in progress (leaf) or partially implemented (branch)
⚫️ -- implemented
⛔️ -- blocked, has to be figured out

  • ⚪️ Installation and usage info in the readme.
  • ⚪️ Tests using True and Mocha.
  • ⚪️ Inline documentation using SassDoc.
  • ⚪️ Bower package.
  • ⚪️ npm package.
  • ⚪️ Eyeglass support.


Contains code from sass-config-manager created by Daniel Bannert (@prisis) and contributors.


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