Rsass 0.28.0 released
Posted 2023-07-09 12:45. Tagged rust, project, css, rsass, sass.
It is time to announce rsass, rsass-macros and rsass-cli version 0.28.0. Almost half a year has gone since the last release, and as usual, there is a bunch of breaking changes and a bunch of improvements.
A small symbolic milestone is that 2/3 of the tests in sass-spec now passes (up from 66.5 % in the previous release to 66.8 % now). Also, I have reduced the number of cases where rsass fails with the wrong output even further.
My thanks to new contributor Grey Hill.
The support for
@font-face, as well as for
@-rules have improved, as I now have specific handling for those
rules rather than trying to compromise them all into the handling of
Attempting to use the
@extend rule will now give an error message,
clearly stating that extend is not yet supported.
This greatly reduces the risk of rsass giving the wrong output rather than
erroring for input it does not support, hopefully reducing the risk of
unpleasant surprises later.
There are improvements in sass functions and in css
Numbers are hopefully handled more efficiently in common cases.
Also, some improvements in error handling.
There was a bunch of other changes as well. See the changelog for the details.