Partials ignored on watchSee original GitHub issue
I do not know if I am doing something wrong, but my partials do not raise update on
Do I need to declare any rule in the brunch config ? Is this feature unsuported yet ?
Thanks for your answers.
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I was having this problem as well, but this issue answers the question:
.scss files, except for your single ‘manifest’ file, must be named with an underscore.
I had some additional ‘manifest’ files with a double underscore, and they weren’t being recompiled, either. My dir structure looked like this:
├── base │ ├── __base.scss │ ├── _animations.scss │ ├── _embeds.scss │ ├── _fonts.scss // ..etc. ├── main.scss
__base.scss included all the files in its own directory.
Using a single underscore
_base.scss fixed the issue.
Ow ! I have never used partials by this way.
But this does not work more. (Read : at the same way as before)
@import "aSassFramework\main"; @import "partial_one"; @import "partial_two"; @import "partial_three";
And I can not use files as individual ones due to variables and mixins imports.
Thank you for your time.