I have just installed the Sass package and also the Sass snippets package. In order to get the code highlighting working properly in the .scss file, I also had to install the Scss package. This seems to work OK but the auto-completion popup for, say, the letters 'inc' has a completion for '@include' but also one for '+include - Sass syntax'. The former gives me what I expect but the latter completes to '+;'. I have been onto the package website sublime.wbond.net/packages/SASS%20Snippets and as far as I can see this is correct.
So what does the 'with Sass syntax' option mean? Why would I want it or how would I use it?