This is actually being used with Siesta's requireOK method, but since it's based on Ext.require(), I thought I'd ask here too. I saw the docuementation on how to load dependencies in your informative article (http://docs.sencha.com/touch/2-0/#!/...c_dependencies), but I have a question I didn't see an answer to there.

How would I require a file that had . in the filename? For example, if I have a local extension MyApp/extensions/Ext.form.field.Text.js, and I try to require:
Code:
Ext.require([     'MyApp.extensions.Ext.form.field.Text' ]);
The file will look for a Text.js file in the path
MyApp/extensions/Ext/form/field/Text.js.

instead of

MyApp/extensions/Ext.form.field.Text.js

How do I tell it to ignore . in file names?