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mark0978
29 Dec 2011, 2:24 PM
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COMMAND: Application JSB Builder


DESCRIPTION:


Sencha's Application JSB Builder allows you to compile a custom, minimal JSB
project tailored to your application. The generated jsb3 file will only
package and minify the exact Ext JS 4 classes needed to run your
application, yielding the smallest build possible.


Example:
sencha create jsb -a ~/path/to/your/app.html -p ~/myapp.jsb3
sencha create jsb -a http://localhost/~jarred/myapp -p ~/myapp.jsb3


OPTIONS:


--app-entry[=]value, -a[=]value (required)
The file or URL path to your application's HTML entry point
This part makes sense.


--project[=]value, -p[=]value (required)
The file path of the jsb3 project file to add Ext JS 4 classes
Huh? What does this mean?


--target[=]value, -t[=]value
The JSB build target in the project to add Ext JS 4 classes. Defaults to the
first build target found.
And this means what?


--verbose, -v
Display detailed output
Does this actually DO something?
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I launched create jsb over 4 hours ago, my CPU isn't taxed, my webserver isn't taxed, nothing appears to be happening, and I have no jsb3 file.

Windows Beta 1.2.3

mark0978
30 Dec 2011, 7:45 AM
Not sure if you are joking, or if you are spamming.