I had recently learned about SCSS/SASS from a friend and installed it in my system. I want to include it in my project, but realized it has to be converted to normal CSS beforehand. I have a (private) GitHub repository with an Express backend, and the folder structure looks something like the following:
Should raw SASS/SCSS code be included inside of my repo, or should I just .gitignore it out, and simply convert it to vanilla CSS? If it should be included, what is the best folder structure that corresponds with my current layout?
(@9pfs1 further explained on AMC, but I would like to recap for anyone else that might be wondering)
What I did was .gitignore the built CSS files (public/css/), and include the raw SCSS/SASS inside of my repository. I created a build script, tools/build.sh which would build all of the SASS and include it inside of that .gitignore’d public/css/ directory.
TLDR: Just include SASS and not your built CSS, use a build script to build the SASS into your CSS directory