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I would love to see Sencha roll out some new themes for 4.2 now that their updated structure and methodology is in place. Also, I'm surprised the community hasn't been quicker to respond with some either. I don't want to read too much into it but perhaps generating consistent, usable themes continues to be the biggest challenge in the Sencha toolkit and the new methods are as hard to tackle as the previous.
Is there anyway to compile the SASS without having to run a build every time? Can I just run a compass watch from somewhere? Quite frustrating to have to run a build everytime we make a simple SASS change - especially since the build takes anywhere from 20-30 seconds just on the simple sample generated app.
I've tried running it from the SASS directory with the config.rb - but it says there's nothing to compile.
Sorry I never responded to you on Twitter, had trainer session and I hurt. You're probably tired of hearing about ToughMudder from everyone
The "great" thing about themes as packages is the inheritance that is used. Not only are you able to extend another theme but it also will include your scss files automatically. What I mean by this is if Cmd sees you use Ext.Component and you have a Component.scss file in the /packages/mytheme/sass/src/ directory it should include that file for you. The down side to this is it breaks the compass commands.
About all the packages. By default it will have a package per locale and then the default themes. Technically you could remove the locales if your app will not use them, the themes just depends on the inheritance you have (neptune requires base so you need them both but could probably get rid of classic). I haven't tried removing them but if you don't use them then you should really be safe to remove them. If you need it later on, you could generate a new default app and copy the directories over.