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    Default Can you turn off layout messages and ext-dev warnings?

    Can you turn off layout messages and ext-dev warnings?


    We used sencha command's compile to make a single file of all the ext components we use but when we use the debug file it shows all the layout calculation messages and warnings like the ext-dev.js does.

    Is there a flag we can turn that off during the compile command to not show those?

    Or is that what the -debug=true flag gives you?

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    Those warnings are coming from the page not Cmd so the -debug flag is just for Cmd's extra debug info. I thought there was talk of adding a silent/quiet flag that would mute everything. Will have to look around.
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