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    Sencha app resolve output


    This relates to Touch 2.0

    What do I do with the output of sencha app resolve? Should I put the array that it generates into app.js, should I link something to the json file that it outputs?

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    You really shouldn't have to do anything. These are the classes that the tools are going to bundle in. Should just be a debug tool IMO
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    It should've been more util if the concat and resolve could've work together.

    `sencha app resolve` is the only way, trough sdk tool, one can determine what are the dependencies needed in required order.

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