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I got D9 installed, then set about installing Civi with composer.phar require -W civicrm/civicrm-{core,packages,drupal-8}:'=5.36' (I want to use 5.36, if possible)

Things seemed to go OK except the compile stage which crashed. I ran again and chose No to compile and it looked to have installed CiviCRM. I'm able to see CiviCRM in the shortcut links, and I can sort of access some CiviCRM pages. But most of the resources are 404-ing (the ones whose URLs start with /libraries/...)

I have done drush cache-rebuild and cv flush - no errors. I have removed templates_c/en_GB manually.

So I thought maybe it was that broken compile step that caused the problem. I went back and ran composer.phar compile

The following packages have new compilation tasks:

  • civicrm/composer-compile-lib has 1 task
  • civicrm/civicrm-core has 1 task

Allow these packages to compile? ([y]es, [a]lways, [n]o, [l]ist,
[h]elp) a Compiling additional files (For full details, use verbose "-v" mode.)
Compile: Generate CCL wrapper functions Compile: Greenwich
CSS (dist/bootstrap3.css) DEPRECATION WARNING: Calling built-in
functions with a non-standard name is deprecated since Scssphp 1.8.0
and will not work anymore in 2.0 (they will be treated as CSS function
calls instead). Use "fade-in" instead of "fadein".
on line 569 of scss/_greenwich.scss

Fatal error: Uncaught ScssPhp\ScssPhp\Exception\SassScriptException:
$amount: Expected 5% to be within 0% and 1% in
/var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Exception/SassScriptException.php:30
Stack trace:
#0 /var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Node/Number.php(269):
ScssPhp\ScssPhp\Exception\SassScriptException::forArgument()
#1 /var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Compiler.php(8484):
ScssPhp\ScssPhp\Node\Number->valueInRange()
#2 /var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Compiler.php(8493):
ScssPhp\ScssPhp\Compiler->libOpacify()
#3 /var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Compiler.php(6227):
ScssPhp\ScssPhp\Compiler->libFadeIn()
#4 /var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Compiler.php(3662):
ScssPhp\ScssPhp\Compiler->callNativeFunction()
#5 /var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Compiler.php(3588):
ScssPhp\ScssPhp\Compiler->fncall()
#6 /var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Compiler.php(2928):
ScssPhp\Scss in
/var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/scssphp/scssphp/src/Compiler.php on
line 553
@php -r 'require_once '''/var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/autoload.php'''; Civi\CompilePlugin\TaskTransfer::import(); \CCL::copy('''../../bower_components/select2/select2-bootstrap.css''', '''extern/select2/select2-bootstrap.scss''');'
@php -r 'require_once '''/var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/autoload.php'''; Civi\CompilePlugin\TaskTransfer::import(); \CCL\Tasks::scss($GLOBALS[\Civi\CompilePlugin\TaskTransfer::GLOBAL_VAR]);'
Script @php -r 'require_once '''/var/www/d9.artfulrobot.uk/vendor/autoload.php'''; Civi\CompilePlugin\TaskTransfer::import(); \CCL\Tasks::scss($GLOBALS[\Civi\CompilePlugin\TaskTransfer::GLOBAL_VAR]);' handling the shell-runner event returned with error code 255

I imagine "Expected 5% to be within 0% and 1% in" is the problem somehow.

I don't believe that this is a duplicate of

I'm on PHP 7.4, MariaDB 10.3, nginx and docker. Composer 2.0.9. Drupal 9.2.6 The D9 site has some content brought in via a migration from D7; but I think just nodes and users. The reason I wanted 5.36 is because ultimately I want to learn how to upgrade a site from d7 to d9 and that site is on 5.36. I don't want to upgrade the d7 site to 5.39+ because there are bugs in core from 5.39 that I want to avoid ;-)

Oh I seem to have fixed the missing /libraries/... URLs by running composer.phar civicrm:publish.

Still interested in getting the compile working.

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The compile fix was only backported to 5.41. If you want 5.36 you need to also require scssphp 1.6 as a workaround.

https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/drupal/-/issues/164

composer.phar require scssphp/scssphp=1.6
composer.phar compile

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