...which has the unfortunately side effect that git watches it for changes, and gets fussy if you try to pull new updates without stashing it, etc. This is a pretty easy fix (
git rm --cached data/_theme.scss), I just don't want to be the person deleting files from the repo index!
It was done on purpose, to provide an empty file when the repo is cloned.
Since it's never modified, I never had any issue when pulling/updating, but I see your point.
It could be generated by the config wizard though (and untracked from git), I will get to it when I have time.
I can have a look, too - I saw that it's already generated if it doesn't exist when you try to run
inv compile-scssso it shouldn't be hard to add that logic to the initial setup. I'm just terrified I am either gonna overwrite my theme file, or commit and push my theme file, haha.