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    How to create JSB3 file with Sencha Cmd?


    How to create JSB3 file with Sencha Cmd?

    Sencha Cmd build command can build extjs with a JSB3 file,but how to create JSB3 file?

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    Cmd does not use create jsb files, it doesn't need it. You should require classes in your app and Cmd will figure it out for you if you use it right.
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    Thank you very much!

    I just want to make a small ext-all file fix to all pages.

    If there are a lot of pages , it may compile difference allclasses ?

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    Depends how you are requiring classes. If you are requiring classes throughout your application classes then the order the classes are put into all-classes.js will be quite reliant between builds.
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    sorry i am very confused now. in the docs 2.1.1 it says:

    "Next you will need to generate a jsb file for your app. A jsb file is basically a list of all the classes that your application uses. To do this, use Sencha Cmd as follows:"

    Code:
    sencha create jsb -a index.html -p app.jsb3
    you on the other hand are saying "Cmd does not use create jsb files, it doesn't need it".

    since you are obviously suggesting that the docs are not correct could you please be more specific about how to create the app-all.js now?

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    I also confuse about this, please help! Thank you!

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    It would be extremely helpful if Sencha CMD still supported the creation of JSB3 files. My team has put processes around the creation of these files and the automation of builds based on the existence of one or more of them. While Sencha CMD has some very useful new features, legacy support would be greatly appreciated for those of us that just want a simple approach to creating a dependency order for JS files that will be used in a minimizer of our choice.

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    Please,also for me there is this problem!!!

    I am trying to create a minimize version of my app.js file and the 'create' command doesn't work!
    Also I don't understand and have no documentation on how to create minimize version in an applications build on Extjs 4.1.1 ???

    Someone could give us some news?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshua.ball@osi.com View Post
    It would be extremely helpful if Sencha CMD still supported the creation of JSB3 files. My team has put processes around the creation of these files and the automation of builds based on the existence of one or more of them. While Sencha CMD has some very useful new features, legacy support would be greatly appreciated for those of us that just want a simple approach to creating a dependency order for JS files that will be used in a minimizer of our choice.
    You can get a list of javascript files in dependency order from Sencha Cmd using the command sencha compile meta --filenames --json --out=dependencies.json. You can either parse the output file directly (it's just a JSON array of filepath strings), or massage it to fit the JSB3 format. I had a script that I would use do the JSON to JSB3 transformation, but I can't find it now - it shouldn't be to hard to implement your own, if that's what you need.

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    Appreciate the reply! Your post will be extremely helpful for those that want to keep the pre-4.2.0 structure/processes in place.

    I ended up biting the bullet and doing the full upgrade to have SenchaCMD generate the app structure and do minimizing during the build. Took about a month solid to get everything into the new structure, but I was able to completely automate the build/minimizing process using a combo of Antscript in Maven and SenchaCMD. Super custom, but it's now scalable as we build other ExtJS apps into the current codebase.

    Just for the Sencha folks: PLEASE keep working toward better SenchaCMD/Maven integration. I couldn't use the Sencha Antlib because I kept getting dependency errors that the Sencha Support team was not able to resolve (it had even gone down to the Sencha Developer level). The Ant "exec" tags do work as a way to run Sencha commands from a Maven build script.