Haml and Sass 3.1 are Released

Posted April 24, 2011

Nearly a year after the release of Haml and Sass 3, we’re ready to announce the release of Haml and Sass 3.1. You can install them now:

gem install haml
gem install sass

That’s right, there are two separate gems. last September, Haml and Sass are being split into two separate projects. They can now be installed and used completely separately. This split is long overdue; the details can be read in the original post.

Haml and Sass are Split

Posted September 22, 2010

Haml and Sass have, finally, become independent projects.

A Little History

This has been a long time coming. To people looking at the two projects as they are today, it seems deeply strange that they’re bundled. Splitting them has been a common request since version 3 was in development. But it’s worth remembering that they didn’t always seem as different as they do now.

Haml/Sass 3 Released

Posted May 10, 2010

Haml and Sass version 3 have been released. You can install them now:

gem install haml

After nine months of development and one more of betas and release candidates, the latest and greatest Haml and Sass versions are finally ready for action.

Haml/Sass 3 Release Candidate 1 Released

Posted April 26, 2010

To install:

gem install haml --pre

The release of RC 1 marks the last leg of the journey to the full release. Features are now frozen; all development effort until version 3 is released will go into bug fixes and other such minor improvements.

Haml/Sass 3 Beta 2 Released

Posted April 12, 2010

To install:

gem install haml --pre

While the second beta release of Haml/Sass 3 doesn’t have as much splashy, exciting stuff as beta 1, it’s got its fair share of new features. As before, almost all of these are in Sass, although there is at least one quite exciting Haml in the pipeline.

Haml/Sass 3 Beta Released!

Posted March 31, 2010

It’s done: I’ve released the first beta of Haml/Sass 3: Classy Cassidy. You can install it right now:

gem install haml --pre

This beta has a ton of functionality; more than I could possibly summarize here. I’ve put up sites to host the documentation, though, so feel free to read the Haml changelog and Sass changelog for full account.