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    Default [4.2.1.744] Global variables in Ext.Date

    [4.2.1.744] Global variables in Ext.Date


    In Ext.Date lines 148ff.:
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    // date calculations (note: the code below creates a dependency on Ext.Number.from())
    "var me = this, dt, y, m, d, h, i, s, ms, o, O, z, zz, u, v, W, year, jan4, week1monday, daysInMonth, dayMatched",
        "def = me.defaults,",
        "from = Ext.Number.from,",
        "results = String(input).match(me.parseRegexes[{0}]);", // either null, or an array of matched strings
    This results in def, from, results being global variables.
    There is a comma missing in line 149 after dayMatched.

    Unit Tests where are though?

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    Also found it via our Siesta.
    But my question was, why did we found the global and not Sencha before releasing this version?

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    Probably Senach has no unit-tests.
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