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    JSBuilder for Sencha Touch 2.0 ?


    hi,
    is it already possible to use JSBuilder 3 for Sencha Touch 2.0 - projects ?
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    It is possible. I use SDK Tools 2 to build an app I have.
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    Yes, it works with JSBuilder 3 - but:
    I noticed that sencha-touch-all-debug.js ist not included in app-all.js.
    When I manually added it to the jsb3-file it is included, but the size of app-all.js is above 550K - shouldn't there only be included the classes that are used by the program ?
    Isn't this the intention of JSBuilder ?
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    not everything is going to go into app-all.js. You should still use sencha-touch.js (the core) and all the extra widgets and stuff fromt he framework plus your application files will then go into app-all.js as long as you have setup the requires/uses and such correctly.
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