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    Unanswered: Exclude files from Sencha build process


    Hello everyone,

    Is it possible to exclude some JS files from the concatenation / minification process during build?
    I have a config.js file containing some URLs, it would be very useful if I could edit it without the need of rebuilding / redeploying the whole application.

    So after building the application I would like to have these three js files:
    - sdk/sencha-touch.js (minified, saved in localstorage after the first download)
    - app.js (concatenated, minified, saved in localstorage after the first download)
    - config.js (untouched, don't save in the localstorage)

    Thank you for your help,
    Tamás

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    Hi tpolyak!

    You should remove it from app.json file. This way, the file wont be considered in the build.
    Then you have to copy the config.js file to the build folder and update one of your files (says your original app.js file) to request the script dinamically, including something like:
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    document.write('<script src="config.js" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"><'+'/'+'script>');
    HTH!
    Milton

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    The problem is that config.js is part of the project (it's a Sencha class), so it gets appended to app.js.

    The file looks like this:
    Code:
    Ext.define('MyApp.utils.Config', {
        singleton : true,
    
    
        config : {
            authBaseUrl : '...',
            serviceBaseUrl : '...',
            reportsBaseUrl : '...',
            imagesUrl : '...'
        },
    
    
        constructor : function (config) {
            this.initConfig(config);
        }
    });

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    Ok, let's see. Is that file in your app.json ?
    Sencha append to app.js those files that are defined in the app.json file. So if you remove from there, Sencha won't append to the app.js. Of course you wont be able to access it, but if you load it dinamically, you will get it.

    HTH,
    Milton

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