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    Is it possibile to get a better change log, like the one we used to (subdivided by component)?

    The current one is practically impossible to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Robinson View Post
    Maybe it's just me, but in my experience it's usually best to stay well clear from "the bleeding edge." And any major software product, shortly after any major release, is a bleeding edge.
    I agree with you. I try to stay away from "round" numbers. So I'll probably switch to 3.2 when 3.2.1 comes out
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    Quote Originally Posted by TizianoF View Post
    Is it possibile to get a better change log, like the one we used to (subdivided by component)?

    The current one is practically impossible to read.
    They should create a publicly accessible JSONP service to serve out change log information. Then we could create our own change log UIs using Ext!

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    +1 Animal, and a dream from my side would be to serve the changesets for fixed bugs. If i'm covered with a bug and don't want update the library i would like to be able to write the specific override to fix that bug.
    I know svn is only for premium members, but this could be done very easy with a websvn, or is this possible already?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steffenk View Post
    +1 Animal, and a dream from my side would be to serve the changesets for fixed bugs. If i'm covered with a bug and don't want update the library i would like to be able to write the specific override to fix that bug.
    I know svn is only for premium members, but this could be done very easy with a websvn, or is this possible already?
    What about http://www.extjs.com/products/js/svnlog.xml (used on the http://www.extjs.com/products/js/commitlog.php page)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TizianoF View Post
    Is it possibile to get a better change log, like the one we used to (subdivided by component)?

    The current one is practically impossible to read.
    Your wish is our command, http://www.extjs.com/products/js/CHANGES_ext-3.2.0.html has now been updated to be divided by component (or package where it makes more sense).
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    Quote Originally Posted by stever View Post
    i know this. It only shows the revision number and the affected files. What i meant and would like to see is the diff of the commit

    btw - it's ExtJs What's about display a revisiongraph with ExtJS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by edspencer View Post
    Your wish is our command, http://www.extjs.com/products/js/CHANGES_ext-3.2.0.html has now been updated to be divided by component (or package where it makes more sense).
    very cool! That makes a lot more sense now! Thanks for that
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    Excellent!
    That's exactly what was required!
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