When you has installed the extension ,it will scan all scss files in your workspace.
You will see a "search" notifier in the left-bottom corner of the code editor.
After creating some new '.scss' files or adding some new variables & mixins in your original '.scss' files, you need to click the 'notifier' icon . It will scan again so that it can support the new variables & mixins & extend(placeholder%):
You can also add your customed .scss files from the node_modules folder in the scssscan.configuration:
In the end , you can use it like that :
node.js > 5.3.0
no default extension settings
This extension contributes the following settings:
scss-scan.enable: enable/disable this extension
Calling out known issues can help limit users opening duplicate issues against your extension.
I have not publish it to the GitHub, `cause the code still need to be optimized.
If you have any issues , welcome to contact me firstname.lastname@example.org.
Initial and first release of this extension
activate bug fix
Adding the @extend and customed .scss files configuration