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Didn't know, #sass has an !optional flag to extend classes, could be useful for a components like apporach

: Controls how sourcemaps are generated. These sourcemaps tell the browser how to find the Sass styles that caused each CSS style to be generated. This has three valid values: :auto ** uses relative URIs where possible, assuming that that the source stylesheets will be made available on whatever server you're using, and that their relative location will be the same as it is on the local filesystem. If a relative URI is unavailable, a "file:" URI is used instead. **:file ** always uses "file:" URIs, which will work locally but can't be deployed to a remote server. **:inline ** includes the full source text in the sourcemap, which is maximally portable but can create very large sourcemap files. Finally, **:none causes no sourcemaps to be generated at all.

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