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softboy
15 Oct 2013, 3:58 AM
why i can not download ExtJs 4.2.2 , is the opensource version not update?

Spiff1
16 Oct 2013, 11:48 PM
ExtJS 4.2.2 is a subscriber-only release, it's available in the customer support portal. If you're not a support subscriber then I guess you'll have to wait for the next general release.

Spiff1

klodoma1
30 Nov 2013, 3:27 PM
Download the extjs 4.2.2 full documentation:
http://cdn.sencha.com/downloads/docs/extjs-docs-4.2.2.zip

(http://cdn.sencha.com/downloads/docs/extjs-docs-4.2.2.zipand)and extjs 4.2.2 sources are in: extjs-docs-4.2.2\extjs-build

You owe me a beer :)

cmdalbem
5 Mar 2014, 5:17 AM
Still nothing of 4.2.2?

donluc007
25 Jul 2014, 8:47 AM
have you not seen the answers?!

Polt
26 Jul 2014, 3:46 AM
Are we allowed to use it as a non-subscriber?

Vickb
22 Aug 2014, 12:15 AM
Since Ext Js 4.2.2 is also available under the LGPL version 3 (http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/licensing/), then the source code should be available to the public "and must require no special password or key". This is specified at the last paragraph of the section 6 of the GPL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html#section6).

The own words of Sencha on the License page (http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/licensing/) are:
Although the GPLv3 has many terms, the most important is that you must provide the source code of your application to your users.

So please, can you provide the source code of Ext Js 4.2.2 ?

alexmipego
23 Aug 2014, 6:37 AM
Since Ext Js 4.2.2 is also available under the LGPL version 3 (http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/licensing/), then the source code should be available to the public "and must require no special password or key". This is specified at the last paragraph of the section 6 of the GPL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html#section6).

The own words of Sencha on the License page (http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/licensing/) are:

So please, can you provide the source code of Ext Js 4.2.2 ?

You've a typo saying LGPL in the link instead of GPL. Anyhow, I agree with this logic.

We're bound to release the source code of our applications but Sencha isn't? I know for a fact that some code was provided from me, mainly bug fixes. I strongly disagree, and dislike, Sencha's policy on these matters. For years I've seen releases full of bugs, some of which I contribute fixes or analysis, and they simply release the patches for their subscribers leaving others waiting for literally months for a minor release.

Sencha, you've to decide and pick a side. You can't take unpaid contributions and then paywall them from the contributors.

Vickb
24 Aug 2014, 11:49 PM
You've a typo saying LGPL in the link instead of GPL. Anyhow, I agree with this logic.

Yes but LGPL is defined by few exceptions to apply to the GPL. The availability of the source code defined in the GPL stays relevant in the LGPL.

alexmipego
1 Sep 2014, 2:58 AM
I (wishfully) wish Sencha would reply....