SASS 3.3 introduced support for Sourcemaps and just recently, Chris Eppstein
has created an initial Release Candidate as a lead up to a full 1.0.0 release
version of Compass — which now also supports Sourcemaps.
However, the Omega 4.x theme for Drupal 7 is running on older “stable” versions
of Sass, Compass, and their respective dependencies — none of which support
Directional SCSS is a useful set of SASS functions and mixins created by Tyson
Matanich in 2013 that facilitates theming multi-language sites with both left-
to-right (LTR) languages such as English, French, German, and Spanish, as well
as right-to-left (RTL) languages such as Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian (Farsi).
While working on a Drupal distribution of sorts that offers a number of
different themes included, I needed to look for a clean, generic, reusable and
inheritable Sticky Footer to be packaged in a base theme. The feature needed
to be toggleable on or off in sub-themes as necessary.
Searching Google always turns up a number of competing solutions, so I’ve
consolidated the research here in a list of 4 basic options presenting the
pros and cons of each.