3 Sep 2009 7:22 AM #21
Yes, releases/2.0 is the latest version
3 Sep 2009 7:29 AM #22
Ant is a command line based tool where you can just say:
And it does everything and generates you the finished product. There should be a top level .ant text file (been a while since I used this so don't necessarily expect this to be exactly correct) which if you open will make it fairly obvious what the commands are for doing things as it'll be segregated into sections such as 'launch', 'compile' etc.
I think what Sven is saying is don't bother with the eclipse route, (although it will prob work as well) just checkout the svn to a folder somewhere, run ant -compile and job done. If you've got the eclipse route working pretty much then go for it since you'd need to configure ant's classpath and whatnot anyway.
Like a big brother :P Love it lol. I'm probably younger than you in all likelihood though, am doing my degree. Glad to be of service.
3 Sep 2009 8:41 AM #23
Is sending me the current svn build against the rules? I paid for a faulty product, can you please help me fix it?
3 Sep 2009 9:03 AM #24
I just bought my commercial license last May. Do you think Ext JS offers refunds?
3 Sep 2009 9:15 AM #25
Hi Sven, Felteros
Just wanted to let you know i got it built and my issue is now resolved.
Also wanted to thank you for your time and patient in helping me get there..
onwards and upwards
3 Sep 2009 9:39 AM #26
3 Sep 2009 11:05 AM #27
GXT is by no means a finished product, nor did you pay for it. You paid for a commercial license to use it. You could have not paid for the commercial license and used it privately and found these issues first then sought a commercial license when you wanted to go further.
I've already said i'm on a degree course, thought it was pretty clear I work for no-one.
I also said if you wanted to really circumvent the rules you'd be better off doing it via PM than publically, you ignored me. Fair enough. To be frank, if ignoring the rules publically was your style I don't know why you paid the commercial license anyway. Its pretty clear by the fact Sven is ignoring you that they don't wish to get into an argument with someone who's only posts so far have been complaining about not getting his moneys worth.
Why not try and be reasonable with the EXTJS people and simply ask them for a latest build off the SVN for public download - or wait for 2.02 to come out? (And not ask us publically to circumvent the license - why would someone else who paid $300 for silver support want to lose their money/access to svn by helping you?)
Now if you don't want to go down that route i've already laid out a workaround for this problem, you can RPC call to a java back end and send the data off to anywhere you want in any way you want, then responde via RPC. This works fine and i'm sure you can live with it for the moment.
I sincerely hope you don't contact colleagues in your office in this manner, or I doubt you'll be needing that commercial license for very long. Thanks for the personal attack anyway.
aclsoftware - good stuff glad it worked.
3 Sep 2009 11:32 AM #28
I paid for it, I paid to use it...semantics, this forum isnt a legal forum.
All i asked was do you work for Microsoft? If anything, as hard as it is to get a job at MS, this is a compliment. Don't be so sensitive.
3 Sep 2009 1:31 PM #29
Its quite simple, i've offered help in multiple ways and you still continue to complain as opposed to doing anything constructive. If you are blind to the advice, thats your problem.
I really can't be bothered to continue attempting to assist you if your point now rests on the basis that EXTJS are being 'evil' because they won't do what you want. You seem to be a person who is getting more hung up on complaining about the problem than even attempting to get a solution. Again I would point you towards the fact I have laid out several ways in which you could get a solution, and this will be my last post on the issue.
If you want to 'have the last word', feel free :P
3 Sep 2009 1:37 PM #30
I just want things to work. Ive fixed my app using raw GWT an XMLHTTPRequest-but when you pay for something, you expect it to work. RPC is not an option,not using a Java backend.
BTW, why not just response with, "yeah it sucks a commercial licensee cant get svn access to patch bugs". If there are enough people that voice this opinion, maybe Ext would change its policy.