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    Default Unanswered: "Overriding existing alias" messages

    Unanswered: "Overriding existing alias" messages


    Hello,

    Using ST 2.1.0-rc1 and Cmd-3.0.0-190.

    As soon as I upgraded my app, I started receiving these messages, during development:

    [INFO] [Ext.ClassManager] Overriding existing alias: 'widget.mask' of: 'Ext.LoadMask' with: 'Ext.Mask'. Be sure it's intentional. sencha-touch.js:600
    [INFO] [Ext.ClassManager] Overriding existing alias: 'widget.container' of: 'Ext.dataview.DataView' with: 'Ext.Container'. Be sure it's intentional. sencha-touch.js:600
    [INFO] [Ext.ClassManager] Overriding existing alias: 'widget.viewport' of: 'Ext.viewport.Android' with: 'Ext.viewport.Default'. Be sure it's intentional.

    I haven't noticed anything weird in app so far. Should I be concerned about this?
    thx!

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    Same here. I've upgraded to 2.1.0-rc1 with Cmd-3.0.0-190 and keep getting these:

    [INFO] [Ext.ClassManager] Overriding existing alias: 'widget.component' of: 'Ext.dataview.DataView' with: 'Ext.Component'. Be sure it's intentional. sencha-touch.js:600
    [INFO] [Ext.ClassManager] Overriding existing alias: 'widget.mask' of: 'Ext.LoadMask' with: 'Ext.Mask'. Be sure it's intentional. sencha-touch.js:600
    [INFO] [Ext.ClassManager] Overriding existing alias: 'widget.container' of: 'Ext.dataview.DataView' with: 'Ext.Container'. Be sure it's intentional. sencha-touch.js:600
    [INFO] [Ext.ClassManager] Overriding existing alias: 'widget.viewport' of: 'Ext.viewport.Android' with: 'Ext.viewport.Default'. Be sure it's intentional. sencha-touch.js:600


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    This is an issue when Sencha Cmd compiles the framework that we are working to fix.
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    Would this effect the masking? My modals are no longer showing the mask since going to 2.1, and hideOnMaskTap: true, doesn't work. Guessing because there is no mask.

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    Is this fixed?

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    Make sure your bootstrap.js references correct class name.

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    Default Are you re-using an xtype?

    Are you re-using an xtype?


    One reason this could happen is if there is a custom class but it uses xtype that is attributed to an ext class.

    Code:
    Ext.define('myapp.view.DataView', {
    extend: 'Ext.container.Container', // [1]
    //...
    });
    If you write xtype: 'container' you will receive that warning