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    fair enough.
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    Why don't simply install it to the local repo?
    And, if you are using m2, you will sooner or later need an own repo for stuff that cannot be published.
    It would be great thou to have a pom so we...
  3. The same here with a GXT fresh build from svn.
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    For those using firefox and chatzilla:

    irc://freenode/extgwt
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    Thank you darrel, that would be great!
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    Required version: 1.5 M2
    Only going to change when google releases.

    Hope they release soon.
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    Hi,

    GXT is for GWT 1.5 but 1.5 is not release yet. I am running the risk of developing against a beta version (GXT) and GWT 1.5.

    I have accepted the migrations I have to make on every release...
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    Zacret: GPL is ok, that's my opinion too. I would develop my own apps in GPL, no prob. There are two things that I am concerned with:

    first - it is the FSFs statement and Exts undertanding that...
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    As long as it is your understanding that the Javascript is object code and that running the application in the browser is distibution no one should use Ext without a commercial license for projects...
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    I did not have time lately to follow all answers here. In my opinion all you need is one license. You have the copyright of your software, you can release it under different licenses. Develop under...
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    It is stated in the dual license page that one argument of using GPL is that doing so, if soemone makes changes, this contributions will find their way back to the comunity. This is true in a pure...
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    Got fixed with beta2.

    It crashed on my app and on the demo (explorer) online. I am using FF.

    thanks,

    Papick
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    Hi,

    I am looking for a DatePicker for my app and started playing with DatePicker.

    - Can I change the first day of the week? I need it to be monday, not sunday.
    - Is there a way to show the...
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    Ok. Let's stop talking about money. I will get my license, no problem, that's not my point.

    It is Exts understanding that deploying an application for the public means you have to publish your...
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    Good point. I believe it was intentional. So even non profit projects must pay for a license.
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    Just something that came through my mind...

    [INDENT]I am waiting for the FLOSS exception. The draft for extensions states ASL 2.0. Let's see whats coming next.

    When it's final, I will license...
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    I wished it was that easy. Ext believes (and the FSF too) that the fact that the application is going to run in a browser means distribution. That is what I call stretching/ misusing GPL.
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    @DJ: is not you, it's from the dual license page. Ext is bending GPL, especially when it comes to GWT Ext...

    [INDENT][URL="http://extjs.com/company/dual.php"]Contribute to the Open Source...
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    OMG! Floss protects people trying to deliver closed source products for Ext. It means I don't have the RIGHT to get the source. It means that I cannot so anything to protect myself if that company...
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    I did not miss it. I just read your posting and replied accordingly. And yes, I am in the wrong thread - I have serious problems with how Ext is understanding GPL in conjunction with GWT (Ext GWT, or...
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    Again: WRONG. GPL does not mean access to the REPO. It means, when you get a binary, you get the code along. Very interesting here is the assumption that a running webapp in the client's browser is...
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    Noone can fork Ext. The license did not allow for it. It was not a true LGPL. Welcome to the "free speech".
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    No-one has a problem with that. It's just the understanding of GPL that is bothering me. The FLOSS exceptions aren't getting my trust increased either...
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    So far I would agree. The GPL understanding used here is that, if someone uses my application that uses GXT to be build, this person must have access to the source. And this is IMHO bending/...
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    @DJ

    I work as a consultant and even the POCs I am involved with are build by small teams at the customer. This is not unusual here in Germany.

    Regarding community, it's a matter of definition....
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