@import in CSS

David Grieve david.grieve at oracle.com
Wed Apr 8 21:22:15 UTC 2015

The spec says that if there is an @import it has to appear first before 
any rule, except @charset, if present.

On 4/8/15 5:12 PM, Tom Eugelink wrote:
> I'm currently porting and reworking some gauges from Enzo to JFXtras. 
> One of things that gets reworked involves that all gauges will have 
> custom colored segments. These segments can be preset using 
> colorschemes (e.g. green to red in 10 steps), so the CSS for these 
> colors are shared over all gauges. I tried using @import, but since it 
> is required to be the first lines in a CSS, I'm suspecting that is the 
> reason it is not working as expected.
> Is there any intention to allow these imports to occur half way in a 
> file? Placeholder-and-replace alike (#include), so to speak.
> Tom

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