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Ashley@ProWebSoftware.Net
23 Apr 2013, 7:23 AM
A new app generated with sencha command using the following sencha.cfg file:


#Mon, 25 Mar 2013 12:52:52 +0000# The name of the application
app.name=Beast


# The name of the framework used by the application (ext / touch)
app.framework=ext


# The path(s) to application javascript sources (comma separated)
app.classpath=${app.dir}/app,${app.dir}/ux


# Output location for application build artifacts
app.build.dir=${workspace.build.dir}/${app.name}


# The root namespace to use when mapping scss resources to js classes
# in the sass/src and sass/var directories
app.sass.namespace=


# Path to sass rule definition files corresponding to JavaScript classes.
app.sass.srcpath=${app.dir}/sass/src


# Path to sass variable definition files corresponding to JavaScript classes.
app.sass.varpath=${app.dir}/sass/var


# Path to sass function and mixin files.
app.sass.etcpath=${app.dir}/sass/etc/all.scss


# Path to extra ruby files to include into the generated sass config.rb,
# <approot>/sass/config.rb will be included automatically if present and does
# not need to be specified.
# app.sass.rubypath=


# The name of the package containing the theme scss for the app
app.theme=ext-theme-gray


#==============================================================================
# Custom Properties - Place customizations below this line to avoid merge
# conflicts with newer versions


app.cmd.version=3.1.0.256
app.id=296b2f9a-f83a-4360-8490-48e1e551551b




When built the bootstrap.css points to:

@import 'build/Beast/production/resources/Beast-all.css';


However, now column layout is broken. It appears to be missing:


.x-column{float:left;}

If using the classic theme the column layout works as you would expect:

@import 'packages/ext-theme-classic/build/resources/ext-theme-classic-all.css';

The examples show the column layout working ok with the gray theme. Why is my build process breaking the column layout?

slemmon
26 Apr 2013, 9:19 AM
Do you have a simple example test case to show the error? I can try building the theme myself and see if I get the same issues you're seeing. Also, what version of Cmd are you using?