$terminal-output: true !default;
While JS test-runners will always report to the terminal, this setting allows you to get terminal reports even when compiling True manually in Sass.
– Renamed from
$catch-errors (bool | 'warn')
$catch-errors: false !default;
By default, the
error() function and mixin
will simply pass details along to the built-in Sass
This setting allows you to avoid throwing errors that stop compilation,
and return them as values (for functions)
or output CSS comments (for mixins) instead.
Any “true” value will catch errors,
but a value of
warn will also show warnings in the command-line output.