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1.59.0

Command Line Interface

  • Added a new --fatal-deprecation flag that lets you treat a deprecation warning as an error. You can pass an individual deprecation ID (e.g. slash-div) or you can pass a Dart Sass version to treat all deprecations initially emitted in that version or earlier as errors.

  • New --future-deprecation flag that lets you opt into warning for use of certain features that will be deprecated in the future. At the moment, the only option is --future-deprecation=import, which will emit warnings for Sass @import rules, which are not yet deprecated, but will be in the future.

Dart API

  • New Deprecation enum, which contains the different current and future deprecations used by the new CLI flags.

  • The compile methods now take in fatalDeprecations and futureDeprecations parameters, which work similarly to the CLI flags.

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1.58.3

  • No user-visible changes.
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1.58.2

Command Line Interface

  • Add a timestamp to messages printed in --watch mode.

  • Print better calc()-based suggestions for /-as-division expression that contain calculation-incompatible constructs like unary minus.

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1.58.1

  • Emit a unitless hue when serializing hsl() colors. The deg unit is incompatible with IE, and while that officially falls outside our compatibility policy, it's better to lean towards greater compatibility.
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1.58.0

  • Remove sourcemap comments from Sass sources. The generated sourcemap comment for the compiled CSS output remains unaffected.

  • Fix a bug in @extend logic where certain selectors with three or more combinators were incorrectly considered superselectors of similar selectors with fewer combinators, causing them to be incorrectly trimmed from the output.

  • Produce a better error message for a number with a leading + or -, a decimal point, but no digits.

  • Produce a better error message for a nested property whose name starts with --.

  • Fix a crash when a selector ends in an escaped backslash.

  • Add the relative length units from CSS Values 4 and CSS Contain 3 as known units to validate bad computation in calc.

Command Line Interface

  • The --watch flag will now track loads through calls to meta.load-css() as long as their URLs are literal strings without any interpolation.
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1.57.1

  • No user-visible changes.
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1.57.0

  • Add a split($string, $separator, $limit: null) function to sass:string that splits a string into separate substrings based on a separator string.

JavaScript API

  • Potentially breaking bug fix: Custom functions in both the modern and legacy API now properly reject signatures with whitespace between the function name and parentheses.

  • Custom functions in the legacy API now allow signatures with whitespace before the function name, to match a bug in Node Sass.

Dart API

  • Potentially breaking bug fix: Callable.fromSignature() and AsyncCallable.fromSignature() now reject signatures with whitespace between the function name and parentheses.
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1.56.2

Embedded Sass

  • The embedded compiler now supports version 1.2.0 of the embedded protocol.
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1.56.1

Embedded Sass

  • Importer results now validate that contents is actually a string and whether sourceMapUrl is an absolute URL.
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1.56.0

  • Potentially breaking change: To match the CSS spec, SassScript expressions beginning with not or ( are no longer supported at the beginning of parenthesized sections of media queries. For example,

    @media (width >= 500px) and (not (grid))
    

    will now be emitted unchanged, instead of producing

    @media (width >= 500px) and (false)
    

    See the Sass website for details.

  • Potentially breaking bug fix: Angle units like rad or turn are now properly converted to equivalent deg values for hsl(), hsla(), adjust-hue(), color.adjust(), and color.change().

    See the Sass website for details.

  • Fix indentation for selectors that span multiple lines in a @media query.

  • Emit a deprecation warning when passing $alpha values with units to color.adjust() or color.change(). This will be an error in Dart Sass 2.0.0.

    See the Sass website for details.

  • Emit a deprecation warning when passing a $weight value with no units or with units other than % to color.mix(). This will be an error in Dart Sass 2.0.0.

    See the Sass website for details.

  • Emit a deprecation warning when passing $n values with units to list.nth() or list.set-nth(). This will be an error in Dart Sass 2.0.0.

    See the Sass website for details.

  • Improve existing deprecation warnings to wrap /-as-division suggestions in calc() expressions.

  • Properly mark the warning for passing numbers with units to random() as a deprecation warning.

  • Fix a bug where @extend could behave unpredicatably when used along with meta.load-css() and shared modules that contained no CSS themselves but loaded CSS from other modules.

Dart API

  • Emit a deprecation warning when passing a sassIndex with units to Value.sassIndexToListIndex(). This will be an error in Dart Sass 2.0.0.

JS API

  • Importer results now validate whether contents is actually a string type.

  • Importer result argument errors are now rendered correctly.

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