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    [RC1] Where's bootstrap.js and ext-dev.js?


    Hi,

    I use ext-dev.js to build release javascript, and use bootstrap to automagically switch between debug and release versions of Ext on localhost.

    Copying bootstrap from 4.0.7 works fine, but could use an ext-dev.js otherwise cannot use the SDK(lol!) to create some minified js.

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    In looking at the latest releases, ext-dev.js will be available in the next release or is currently available in SVN releases.

    In regards to bootstrap.js, I recall an article from Ed mentioning that it was create for internal development and was not really meant to be released. It is recommended the use the defaults of
    ext-all-debug for development and ext-all for production.

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    Is this an accessible repo? If so what's the path please, and is this on trunk or in a branch?

    The SVN repo I've pulled seems to be from the 18th July 2011 (trunk), or 5th March 2012 (branches/ext-4.1.x)...

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    Edit: My repo paths:
    trunk: http://svn.sencha.com/svn/sdk/trunk/extjs
    branch 4.1.x: http://svn.sencha.com/svn/sdk/branches/ext-4.1.x
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    Do you have a support account? (Ticket Portal)
    If so you should be able to get the latest (Nightly Build) in the top left hand corner that contains these files. If you do not I will have to ask about the SVN access there have been some recent changes.

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    Yes, although having just logged in it looks like it may have expired... whoops, will get it renewed when I can

    I can login though and see the nightly builds link. It doesn't do anything for me though.
    Neither does the dashboard link on the left.

    Both seem to target a url of http://support.extjs.com/index.php#

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    You should be presented with a list of builds when you click on Nightly Build. Can you perhaps try another browser and see if you get different results?

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    Yeah, I thought of that too.

    Tried in Chrome and Firefox... will try the rest
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    Nope, tried IE9, Safari and Opera... clicking on the Nightly Builds link does nothing, no loading, no messages, nothing

    Edit: IE8, 7 and 6, nope
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    Your subscription expired in Dec, 2011. Perhaps this is the reason

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    Yes, I realise that and told you :-)

    I'm not unlikely to resubscribe if that link doesn't work though, so would like some confirmation..
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