This is really stupid but I've been Googling for an hour now and can't find the answer.
I'm on Ubuntu 10.10, and I'm trying to update to the latest version of SASS so that I can use an
@import rule inside an
As suggested here; https://github.com/nex3/sass/issues/64, I tried:
$ sudo gem install sass --pre
And that seemed to work fine:
Successfully installed sass-3.2.0.alpha.35 1 gem installed
But when I try
$ sass -v I get:
Haml/Sass 3.0.9 (Classy Cassidy) which is the old version I had before updating.
What am I doing wrong?
$ which gem /usr/bin/gem $ which sass /usr/bin/sass
Tried the answer:
$ sass -v Haml/Sass 3.0.9 (Classy Cassidy) $ sudo gem uninstall -Iax sass Removing sass Removing sass-convert Removing scss Successfully uninstalled sass-3.2.0.alpha.35 $ sass -v Haml/Sass 3.0.9 (Classy Cassidy) (Was expecting an error here) $ sudo gem install sass --pre Successfully installed sass-3.2.0.alpha.35 1 gem installed Installing ri documentation for sass-3.2.0.alpha.35... Installing RDoc documentation for sass-3.2.0.alpha.35... $ sass -v Haml/Sass 3.0.9 (Classy Cassidy)
So it removes the one I successfully installed and leaves the one that actually gets used when I run the
sass command. Thougts?