npm install sassdoc-loader --save-dev
var myDocs = require("!!sassdoc-loader!./sassfile.scss");
Note: The double !! before the loader makes sure to disable all loaders specified in the config file. See: webpack loader order
Sassdoc and Webpack traverse files in different ways; sassdoc uses a globbing mechanism while webpack only uses files that are explicitly required from the entry point. Because of this we use sass-import-resolve to find all the files inside the required sass file. If you don't have one standard entry point to your sass you may need to create a separate
docs.scss file that lists all individual files.
Any better solutions to this problem would be much appreciated.