Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-nesting] Concern about combinatorial explosion

I have a feeling that shortening selectors is also an important usefulness from nesting, so I don't completely buy that combinatorial explosion is *the* point, but I'm okay with that argument.

Do we have data on how many levels do people do nowadays with preprocessors? I assume two levels (one top level and one level nested) should cover majority of cases, and three levels should almost cover the rest. Do people use 5 or 6 levels a lot? With 6 level, you just need 10 selectors in each level to get 1M, which feels problematic still.

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