Using Sass source maps in WebKit Inspector

Lennart Schoors:

If you’re using Firefox and Sass you might have heard about FireSass, but Chrome users have been out of luck until recently. This is where source maps come into play. Source maps are a language-agnostic way of pointing your inspector to the right location in your unminified and uncombined files. Originally devised for JavaScript, they can equally be applied to CSS preprocessors.

A fairly recent commit enabled experimental support for Sass source maps in Chrome, so make sure you’re running at least Chrome 24.

Awesome! Well, thats if you are into the CSS preprocessor world.

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