Cannot run program "/usr/local/bin/scss" after updating to High Sierra

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After I've updated to High Sierra I got these errors by activated file watchers:

An exception occurred while executing watcher 'SCSS'. Watcher has been disabled. Fix it.: Cannot run program "/usr/local/bin/scss"

How can I repair this?

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Are you able to run /usr/local/bin/scss in osx terminal? 

If not - reinstall sass 

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Yeah, a simple reinstall did it.

Also, a great way to test if SASS is installed, on the terminal:

sass -v
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Having the same issue.

 

Tried reinstalling sass but it still doesn't fix the issue.

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@Bogdan When you run it in Terminal, what is the output?

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I ran into this issue today as well, I think also precipitated by an update to High Sierra.  The issue was with the SASS installation.  I upgraded Ruby to 4.2.2 (not sure if that was necessary) and then followed the steps in this SO answer to install XCode Command Line tools.  Note it's not the selected answer:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/45257810/error-installing-sass/46171500#46171500

All is working again now.

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If mac user, it can be solved this problem like this way.

sudo gem install sass

That's all.

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I still have this issue. Installed High Sierra and SCSS watcher not working. SCSS is installed. XCode app and terminal installed and agreement accepted. I've tried reinstalling SCSS and Xcode again and again. Anyone else with different solutions? Many thanks.

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I have fixed my issue. I installed using Ruby to a new location. Updated my file watcher to look at the new install. Started to work.

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