@import "sass-essentials"; @import "_scss-partials/_regions"; @import "_scss-partials/_utilities";
.scss file that you write in a component will generate a CSS file in a sibling
If you don’t want that for a certain file, you can tell Gulp that a certain file is a partial, by starting it’s filename with an underscore
It's then the responsibility of a non-partial
.scss file to include that
_[partial-name].scss file, otherwise Drupal will never load in the code you've written in that partial.
The global component is a good example of this!