More information on SCSS can be found at: http://sass-lang.com
Getting the module
For Magnolia 5.4 you'll want to use the current 1.0.2-SNAPSHOT version, just being tested for release. You can get it at https://git.magnolia-cms.com/projects/FORGE/repos/magnolia-module-resources-scss/
Please also see the technical details section below when running under Magnolia 5.4.
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SCSS is compiled using Vaadin's Stylesheet compiler for the moment, and is therefore subject to the limitation of this compiler.
Processed resources under magnolia 5.4
Magnolia 5.4 introduced a new resources module with radically re-worked resources architecture under the hood. Resource loading was unified so that resources from class path, file system and JCR can all be handled under a unified API. Nice in theory, in practice it isn't quite ready for action.
For our sassy resources, there is an important feature missing in 5.4: the concept of processed resources, or in fact any notion at all of "rendering" resources before delivering them out to the browser. This was completely dropped in 5.4, and presents a problem for modules like the SCSS module, where the resource output is "rendered" (compiled) from a raw description. The resource file just contains the raw description (SCSS code), but the resource delivered to the browser has to be CSS (compiled SCSS).
In addition, the new resources module now delivers any resource on the filesystem (in the resources folder), the JCR resources workspace or the class path (!!) without checking any permissions or applying any security. This represents (IMHO) a serious regression and security problem.
The SCSS module version 1.0.2 corrects both these problems. It introduces a replacement for the ResourcesServlet (
net.jaardvark.magnolia.resources.RenderingResourcesServlet) which uses configurable renderers to output the resources. The renderers can be as simple as just copying the resource contents to the output (BinaryResourceRenderer, TextResourceRenderer), or more complex, like the SCSSResourceRenderer.
The configuration for the resource rendering (to be found under
/modules/resources-scss/config/renderers) uses voters, and is by default configured to a white-listing system which renders only resource files having certain extensions. You can use the classes
net.jaardvark.magnolia.resources.voters.ResourcePathVoter or other voter classes to configure more complex setups if you wish.
The following renderers are available:
In addition, the SCSS module re-introduces the processed resources feature (resources using freemarker code) familiar from earlier versions of magnolia. TextResourceRenderer (or its subclasses like SCSSResourceRenderer) supports a "freemarker" configuration property. If set to true, the renderer will check the resource for freemarker code, and process freemarker if present. To check for freemarker code, the module checks for the presence of a
<#ftl>) tag at the beginning of the resource file. If found, freemarker is processed before rendering the resource.