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Sass Variable Concatenation In Loops In Shopify

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My SCSS compiles fine on sassmeister 1:

$black:          "black_rgb(0,0,0)";
$honey-brown:        "honey-brown_rgb(144,122,106)";
$red:                "red_rgb(255,0,0)";

$paints: $black, $honey-brown, $red;

@each $color in $paints {

$colSplit:  str-index($color, _);
$colName:   str-slice($color, 1, $colSplit - 1);
$colVal:    str-slice($color, $colSplit + 1);

.paint-#{$colName}-paint {background-color: #{$colVal};}
}

However Shopify is throwing an error:

Invalid CSS after ".paint-str-slice": expected selector, was "("black_rgb(0,0..." at 9706

So it looks like the variable concatenation .paint-#{$colName}-paint isn't working properly.

I am not sure if it is to do with versions of software - I set Sassmeister to the lowest settings (v3.3.14) but it still works fine there. I do not know how to find out the version of scss Shopify uses.

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Answer

It turns out that Shopify uses an old version of Sass which doesn't support some of the latest features such as @import for partials or indeed Maps1:

Note: Shopify is using a forked version of Sass v3.2 which does not support importing partial Sass files with the @import directive. This may cause some issues when trying to work with 3rd party Sass libraries.

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source: stackoverflow.com
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