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    Default Control over Ext.Loader config options

    Control over Ext.Loader config options


    I find debug breakpoints are lost after deploying a project. The problem seems to be because the Ext.Loader prefers to disable caching which then seems to cause the browsers to forget any debug break points. If I add

    disableCaching: false;

    to the loader's setConfig options in designer.js then I'm able to debug until designer.js is re-generated. What am I doing wrong? Is there an option in the designer i can set to have it generate the extra loader configuration I seem to need. Is there an better way to be debugging?

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    Mmmm....

    Rather than a property in the application may be different deploy and lauch options:

    Launch/Deploy with loader enabled / cache disabled (current behaviour)
    Launch/Deploy with loader enabled / cache enabled
    Launch/Deploy with loader disabled

    And make an application's option which one you want when just click launch or deploy.

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