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    Question How can I disable JSMin compression?

    How can I disable JSMin compression?


    Hello everyone.

    I'm looking for ability to turn off files minification. Right now JSBuilder compress all project files while building but I really don't want my files to be minified with JSMin as I'm using YUI Compressor. Does anyone knows how can I disable that complression/minification? I didn't find anything about that in optionsm ;(

    Please, advice. Thanks!

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    I am looking for a similar solution as well. Is it possible to turn off minification.

    Or Is there any tool just to combine files ?

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    I am looking for something exactly like this as well. My reason is I want a .jsb I can drop into eclipse to give me code complete with my js source folder. I have been building a stripped down version of the .jsb via a perl script and a unix find command to get me all .js files, however this is problematic because if the tags are not written in a certain order spket does not load the classes in the order they are inherrited and code complete breaks seemingly randomly. I will start looking at the C# code to extract a process of doing this because in the end I want something i can run from within eclipse to generate the .jsb so that all i have to do is click reload javascript profille when new .js files are added.

    however if anyone has already sovled this problem please let me know

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    Isn't it just a matter of turning off the option 'Compress the source files and copy them to the following directory'

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    I realize what I want to do is not as simple as flipping a switch. Is anyone familiar with how js-builder builds the .jsb files? Is it based on doc comments? Does it look for "Ext.extend" to determine what order to write out it's <include ...> tags ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafebabe View Post
    I realize what I want to do is not as simple as flipping a switch. Is anyone familiar with how js-builder builds the .jsb files? Is it based on doc comments? Does it look for "Ext.extend" to determine what order to write out it's <include ...> tags ?
    I found that I had to drag and drop to set the order of the javascript files. Something like http://getsprockets.org/installation_and_usage might be doing what you are after.

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