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    Default When can we expect 4.2.x to be gpl?

    When can we expect 4.2.x to be gpl?


    As by topic, the real question is:

    Can we expect the next 4.2.x to be GPL?

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    It appears that Ext JS 4.2.1 GPL is available for download.

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    nice! what about 4.2.2, 4.2.3, and so on?

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    @eric.cook: fdp meant:When can we expect the next 4.2.x GPL (where x > 2) release, or even more general, when can we expect the next GPL release of Ext Js?

    I am using Ext.Net and Ext.Net uses only GPL releases of ExtJs, so I am interested to find the answer to this question as well.

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    My understanding is that 4.2.2 and 4.2.3 won't be public releases. The next public one would either be 4.3.0 or 5.0.0.
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    Thanks Gary for your reply.

    Please correct me if my understanding is wrong.

    This means that community will NOT receive bug fixes until 4.3.0 or 5.0.0 ?
    Last bug fix that the community received is six months old with 4.2.1.

    Even worse, there are some community developers, like me, that pointed many certified bugs.
    They will not received bug fixes, for bugs found by them, until 4.3.0 or 5.0.0 that will be released in unknown date?

    Is this fair for a company that aims to compete with IBM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fdp View Post
    Last bug fix that the community received is six months old with 4.2.1.
    And last bug fix version for commercial customers with a valid license is the very same six months old 4.2.1. I find it unacceptable that you need to pay extra for bug fixes(Standard or premium support subscription). Way to go Sencha!

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    @devnullable: 4.2.2 is available for download in the support area (accessible only to paying customers), so I am not too sure what you mean in the message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogc View Post
    @devnullable: 4.2.2 is available for download in the support area (accessible only to paying customers), so I am not too sure what you mean in the message.
    Ok, maybe I have misunderstood something. This is the url I have got in e-mail with license information http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/upgrade There's download button which is for 4.2.1. There's also Login to Support button but as far as I understand you have to have bought support subscription with your license if you want to have access to that? If I am wrong then I have to contact the person who bought the license for us and ask for the login information.

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    I take it you bought just the license without the support. I would think that you are entitled to the new commercial minor versions but I am not 100% sure. You should contact Sencha.