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.sass extension syntax is wrongly set in Ruby Haml settings

Michael Bashkirov 8 years ago • updated by Vinicius da Costa Pires 6 years ago 4
By default Sublime Text "Ruby Haml.tmLanguage" has a wrong line
<string>sass</string>

Also it somehow prevents 3rd party Sublime packages to reset default syntax highlighting for .sass files.
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It would be great if this could be fixed and real syntax highligthing for SASS/SCSS could be added to Sublime.  Anybody knows what the process for this would be?
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You can open:

Application Support/Sublime Text 2/Packages/Rails/Ruby Haml.tmLanguage

and remove line:

<string>sass</string>

Worked here. Thanks!

PS.: Why the hell would they do that?