All kinds of ideas and guides on modern development tools. Every time I manage to particular problems, I like to share it here in case it can help other. Sometimes I sometime also share stuff and setup guide so I can find it later if I need it.
I feel kind of privileged. I always end up with rare and complex issues to solve when developing on MacOS. After getting a crazy amount of reputation on Stackoverflow for the Xdebug on Catalina conundrum, this time a yet undocumented failure with PHPUnit arose. But again, I do like a good puzzle. Installing PHP with Homebrew or doing a clean install of MacOS could have been an easy fix on this one, but something in me couldn’t leave the question unanswered.
I haven't used scss in a while, and of course, when you don't touch something in a while, it won't work anymore. That was the case with
node-sass, used to compile
.scss file. Here's my notes on how to reinstall
node-sass globally on MacOS, including the necessary Atom package, in case it could be useful to someone else.