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sassy-npm-importer

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sassy-npm-importer

Import SASS from npm via a customizable prefix, like:

@import "npm://reset-scss/";

 

Installation

npm install --save sassy-npm-importer

In practice, you would probably be using a task runner (like Gulp). This is an example of how to provide the importer directly to node-sass:

var sass = require('node-sass');
var importer = require('sassy-npm-importer').importer;

var result = sass.renderSync({
  file: __dirname + '/styles.scss',
  importer: importer() // No options passed, uses defaults.
});

 

Quick Start

Once you've installed the package, you can follow these instructions to test the importer. This example shows you how to import the foundation-sites package.

npm install --save node-sass                # for this example
npm install --save foundation-sites         # example package

Usage

In practice you would probably be using something like a Gulp task here, but this is how to provide the importer directly to node-sass:

node: index.js

var sass = require('node-sass');
var importer = require('sassy-npm-importer').importer;

var result = sass.renderSync({
  file: __dirname + '/styles.scss',
  importer: importer() // No options passed, uses defaults.
});

Create a SASS file that @imports from a package manager.

npm: styles.scss

@import 'npm://foundation-sites/scss/foundation';
@include foundation-everything;

 

Command Line

You can also use sassy-npm-importer via the command line.

node-sass --importer ./node_modules/sassy-npm-importer stylesheet.scss

 

Importing packages

Some node packages contain a main property which points to a SASS file. Instead of having to enter the long path to a file, you can simply use the package name and this main file is included.

For example, if a dependency had a package.json file which was similar to:

{
  "name": "my-sass-dependency",
  "main": "reset.scss"
}

Then you have the option of how to import the dependency, all are valid:

# This long form with the extension
@import "npm://my-sass-dependency/reset.scss";

# This long form without the extension
# Matches one of: _reset.scss, reset.scss, _reset.css and reset.css
@import "npm://my-sass-dependency/reset";

# The short form, will include whatever `main` refers to
# In this example: reset.scss
@import "npm://my-sass-dependency/";

# The final slash is optional
@import "npm://my-sass-dependency";

 

Options

options.debug

More verbose output.

  • Since: 1.0.0
importer({ debug: true })

 

options.prefix

Attaches a prefix that rewrites to npm:// to node modules.

  • Since: 1.0.0
importer({ prefix: '~/' })
@import '~/foundation-sites/scss/foundation'
# is now the same as
@import 'npm://foundation-sites/scss/foundation'

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/revelrylabs/sassy-npm-importer. Check out CONTRIBUTING.md for more info.

Everyone is welcome to participate in the project. We expect contributors to adhere the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct (see CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md).

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npm i sassy-npm-importer

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