Scss: command not found


#1

Hello,

I feel dumb: I try to create/modify my own theme, but I can’t compile any css.

I use the scss.sh script, but I always end up with a scss: command not found error message.

Of course I already did install sass: I tried using npm globally, then falled back to homebrew in order to speed up everything, as recommended by the sass install page.

Anyway, Sass is installed

$ which sass
/usr/local/bin/sass

and seems up-to-date

$ sass --version
1.3.2

but it seems there is no scss command anywhere.

$ which scss
scss not found

What did I miss ?


#2

HI I had the same problem a few month ago
FYI this will install scss

npm install -g bower
bower install css-calc-mixin --save (--allow-root if necessary)
which scss

#3

Thank you @ryan !

But I really wonder if I have to install a deprecated tool in order to access this binary, it sound weird to me…