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    We have a big project that works with extjs 3.4. Now we want to add new functionality and migrate to ext js 4.x. At the first step of migration I want to use sandboxing, but I don't want to use Ext4 namespace. In best case I want use Ext3 namespace fo ext 3.4 and Ext for 4.x. Can you advise whether this is possible and if yes, how to do it?

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    That would break all your classes correct? You classes use Ext currently so if you have Ext JS 3 use Ext3 and Ext JS 4 use Ext then all your classes would use Ext JS 4 which would likely break right? This is why Ext JS 3 uses Ext and Ext JS 4 uses Ext4
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