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    Hallo,

    is there any possibility to extend the default Ext.Loader. If I would have for example multiple classes in one javascript file it would be nice to configure the Ext.Loader to handle this.

    I would normally simple build a child of the Ext.Loader, but since it is so hardly tied into all other features I guess I would have to override some private methods here?

    Thanks for any tips or ideas
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    Thanks for the answer. Sorry, that I reduced the problem to a senseless one.


    My actual problem was more complex, I have a custom class loader to load server-side configured models. Here some information and the code:
    http://banchaproject.org/blog-entry/...or-sencha.html


    Thanks,
    Roland

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