On Saturday, 22 November 2014 at 12:32:50 UTC, Lodin wrote:

I've made a smaill binding to libsass - a C/C++ implementation of
popular CSS preprocessor SASS. Binding is dynamic and based on
Derelict Project.

You can find it here: https://github.com/Lodin/DerelictSASS

It is my first attempt to make something like this, so if I did
something wrong, please tell.

Nothing bad jumps out on a cursory look. However, I do recommend
you combine all the files into one -- sass.d. When I first
started Derelict, I separated everything out into multiple
modules for every binding. Over time, I found it makes
maintenance easier to implement a binding in one module if it is
feasible. For large libraries like OpenGL and SDL, it's not going
to help. For something like SASS, with so few functions and
types, it should be the first choice. Granted, the real benefit
probably only shows when maintaining several bindings like I do,
but I still recommend it as I think it also improves readability.

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