Grunt-Sass vs Grunt-Contrib-Sass

I was interested to find out what the differences were between Grunt-Sass and Grunt-Contrib-Sass.

Following on from my previous blog post on “Using Yeoman in your workflow“, it was brought to my attention during the Yeoman install when the interactive prompt asked if I wanted to use Libsass to compile Sass.

Yeoman generator Libsass prompt

So I recently asked on Twitter and received the following tweets. Thanks to @sindresorhus for the explanation.

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So as you can see, both options are available and it’s really up to you if you choose to go with grunt-sass or grunt-contrib-sass.

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