This is something that isn't properly supported by the SASS
parser I am using and it is no longer actively developed by the
developer. Since it is a pretty big library I am not sure I can fix
this for you without introducing other bugs...
I only recently found a fork of the original library that is
actively maintained, but I haven't had time to implement it
I hope it is... when initially developing Sassee I kind of took
into account that this might happen, so I kept the parser library
completely separate from my own code. So with a bit of luck it's
Actually, I just realized that I put a @media query in my SCSS
file a few days ago and it didn't give me any errors... I'm on
Sassee v1.01, and I don't think I've updated anything...
should I be as confused as I am about this?
Well, I tested against both max-width and min-width, and I can't
seem to replicate even the original issue. Not sure why not - AFAIK
nothing changed with Sassee or whatever. At this point I'm fine
with calling this fixed until it happens to crop up again. Thanks
for the help, Wouter!
Ok, I've run across another error with the SASS lib that Sassee
is using. The library gives a "Properties can not be assigned at
root level" error when it encounters this type of selector (note
the double semi-colon):
Ok, well I took a closer look at phpsass.com, and noticed that
it's essentially the exact same library, just more up-to-date
(which is what you said to begin with). So in the
third_party/sassee/libraries/ folder, I renamed sass/
to sass.orig/, and created a new sass/
folder, into which I dumped the contents of the phpsass.com