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    We are now tracking about 100 critical bugs. As soon as we have cleared these bugs and get QA sign off, we will release a 4.1 beta.

    The top priority of the team is to release the build with quality as soon as possible.
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    Thank you for providing us with an update.

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    Thanks for the update. Is this bug among them: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...el-not-correct ?

    Else there are 101 critical bugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvanzoelen View Post
    Thanks for the update. Is this bug among them: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...el-not-correct ?

    Else there are 101 critical bugs.
    I also have a critical bug ... and I'm not able to upgrade to 4.1pre or even 4.0.7.

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...-text-rotation

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    @Edmund - any chance of getting a peak at the list of tracking numbers?


    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund View Post
    We are now tracking about 100 critical bugs. As soon as we have cleared these bugs and get QA sign off, we will release a 4.1 beta.

    The top priority of the team is to release the build with quality as soon as possible.

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    Default Ext JS 4.1 Updates - 11/15/2011

    Ext JS 4.1 Updates - 11/15/2011


    Updates:

    Today we have 107 active bugs. This past week our incoming bug rate is very close to our bug fix rate, and we are expecting the incoming bug rate to decline.

    Also, I have attached a list of bugs that we are addressing for Beta. This is a working document so it changes. We'll publish a final bug list once the beta build becomes stable.

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    Is there a cut-off as when the next release may be posted? I am sure you want to include all of the fixes you can before the next release, but at some point a release of existing fixes would be helpful while you continue working on pending/new bugs.

    It would also be helpful if you included the same txt file as above in each release denoting what has been fixed so we can know what was addressed instead of having to guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottmartin View Post
    It would also be helpful if you included the same txt file as above in each release denoting what has been fixed so we can know what was addressed instead of having to guess.
    Unless I'm misunderstanding, I think Sencha already does this... for example, ext-4.0.7/release-notes.html shows a list of fixed bugs and their ticket numbers.

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    uh, nevermind "roseanne roseannadanna"

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    I recognize some of the items on that list as long-term minor bugs. While we'd all like to see them fixed I find it hard to believe that fixing all of them is required to do a release of 4.1, especially given just how desperately some people need 4.1.

    Is it not possible to get a second preview release?