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  1. Musing on this some more, I think there is a more fundamental problem here. If the word "distribute" in ux-exception really does mean the same thing as "convey" in the GPL, I don't think Extensions...
  2. Hi Jack,

    Firstly, is there some subtle difference between your use of the word "distribute" in the ux-extension draft and the word "convey" as defined in the GPLv3? If not maybe it'd be a better...
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    I don't want to flog a dead horse but you might want to read back over earlier parts of this thread that explain that in <2.1 usage was granted under the terms of the LGPL if you met certain...
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    Thanks for the clarification Jack. That's great news for GPLv3 frameworks/toolkits that want to include ExtJS but up until now haven't been allowed to.

    Thanks also for continuing to take the time...
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    Well that's interesting. My 2.1 LICENSE.txt from a couple of days ago reads:



    (my emphasis).

    Quite a different kettle of fish. That certainly simplifies things if there is no longer an...
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    If that's the case then what about the second half of my question? Doesn't the GPL prevent the OEM/Reseller restriction?
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    Despite being a huge mess of different questions and opinions this is actually a pretty cool thread for learning about the implications of the GPL on a software project. The question about user...
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    Thanks for doing that Brian. The first item in the 3.x roadmap looks pretty exciting "Update the Ext event registration model" - does that include some sort of custom event manager that would allow...
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    Then god help us all.. Then again, and not to discredit the amazing work that the rest of the Ext team and the community as a whole does to make Ext great, if you're thinking down those lines your...
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    IANAL, but one point I think needs clearing up is the (ir)relevance of whether or not you are using ExtJS for commercial purposes in regards to your choice of the open-source vs. commercial license....
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    Fantastic! Huge kudos to Jack and the team.

    re: Browser history support - not sure if you guys are planning on rolling your own solution (and I'm sure it'll rock if you do) but thought it was...
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    Hi guys,

    Just wanted to let you guys know that I've added an article to the wiki that attempts to pull together all the great information that has been written on extending Ext.Component classes,...
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    Thanks hendricd, I meant to say "apart from using hendricd's excellect modifications to ext-base" :)

    Perhaps my question should have been: when will the ext-basex extensions get incorporated into...
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    Does anyone know why Ext's wrapper around xhr removes the ability to pass in username/password for HTTP Authorization? In the standard xhr api the username/password is set in the last two arguments...
  15. Thanks jrichard415, the Ext.lib.Ajax.defaultHeaders approach works great.
  16. ah sorry, someone else is going to have to step in, I uninstalled it this morning... seriously painful to use (when you're used to working with Ext sites!)
  17. Apologies for bumping an old thread, I just happened across your post Animal and noticed that the example Ext.ux you posted isn't listed in the main extensions/plugins section of the ext site, might...
  18. File under "I wish this was an Ext sighting.."

    For fun I just installed the VMWare Server 2 beta in which they've replaced the GUI admin interface with an ajax web one. It's a classic BorderLayout...
  19. Unable to override global headers set via Ext.Ajax.defaultHeaders.


    Ext.Ajax.defaultHeaders = {
    'X-Test-Header': 'default'
    };
    Ext.Ajax.request({
    url: '/',
    headers: {
    ...
  20. If you're interested in learning more about the Flyweight pattern which is used to good effect in the Ext library (Ext.fly() method etc..), the YUI blog is currently hosting a chapter on the...
  21. Hi soeren, great work man!

    For fun I extended the search feature to search inside files (via an optional checkbox in the search dialog since search-on-demand can be a bit slow).

    Plain-text:...
  22. ah of course *slaps forehead*

    thanks Animal :)
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    Nice, imitation being the sincerest form of flattery and all that. All the more respect to Ext :)
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    Aptana.com front page, corresponding to new Aptana 1.0 release looks very *inspired* by the extjs.com front page.
  25. Request that line 20 of JsonStore.js:


    proxy: !c.data ? new Ext.data.HttpProxy({url: c.url}) : undefined,

    Be changed to something similar to:


    proxy: !c.data ? (c.proxy ? c.proxy : new...
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