sass 0.4.6

sass 0.4.5


sass 0.4.4


sass 0.4.3


sass 0.4.2

Bug fixes

sass 0.4.1


sass 0.4.0

Possibly breaking changes

New features

Bug fixes

sass 0.3.1

This small patch release changes sass::sass_cache_context_dir() to use tools::R_user_dir() over rappdirs::user_cache_dir() (when relevant, as requested by CRAN). (#70)

sass 0.3.0

This release improves the caching of CSS compilation in sass(). Previously, caching was (by default) enabled in non-interactive() sessions and was allowed to grow indefinitely within tempdir() (i.e., within an R session). Now, caching is enabled by default in both interactive and non-interactive R sessions. In most cases, the cache will be stored in a user-level cache directory and persist across R sessions. In some cases (such as deployment on Shiny Server or Connect), the cache will be stored in a subdirectory of the application named cache/, to eliminate the risk of cache poisoning across applications. For more information about where the cache is stored, see ?sass_cache_get.

Although caching is now enabled by default, it still may not be desirable while developing Sass code, because of the possibility of a false positive. (For more, see the Caching section of ?sass) Caching can be disabled with options(sass.cache = FALSE). Also, to help reduce the chance of a false positive in caching, sass() now includes a cache_key_extra parameter which may be used to pass information that the Sass input may not capture, such as file imports.

Other improvements include:

Breaking changes

sass 0.2.0

sass 0.1.2

sass 0.1.1