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  1. Hi,

    have the "Application Architecture in Ext JS 5" webinar been recorded by someone?

    If so - when and where will it be available to download?

    Due to timezone couldn't visit it "in person"...
  2. Affected versions: any (?)

    The whole task doesn't run at all if the `interval` is omitted. It's neither clear from documentation that it should be specified nor throws some runtime error.

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    Even if you migrate from 4.1.x to 4.1.y extjs may require you to rewrite some (a lot?) of your code.

    So I wouldn't expect it to be easy

    PS: /me is the one who is still on 4.1.1 because of the...
  4. @Wally,
  5. Version: 4.2.0

    In `Ext.selection.Model::storeHasSelected()` there is a line

    if (record.hasId() && store.getById(record)) {

    and the store's getById is implemented as:

  6. Extjs version: 4.2.x

    At the moment `Ext.util.LruCache` maintains a linked list that may leak.

    This happens because existence is checked by value not the key: existingKey = me.findKey(newValue),...
  7. It's still persists in the latest svn version.

    Could please someone open it back?
  8. It's generated by cmd
  9. Uhm, cannot reproduce it today :-S That's weird
  10. I have actually found that the requirement to re-define bunch of variables is caused by the wrong order -...
  11. I have created a dummy theme that defines nothing yet and extends the neutral one.

    In the `my-custom-theme-all-debug.scss` the order of the scss imports is the following:

  12. ext-
    sencha cmd

    If I try to create a dummy theme that simply extends `ext-theme-neutral` and nothing more - it cannot build due to reference to an undefined variable:

  13. I'm following the guide at!/guide/theming

    On the second step when I'm supposed to run sencha -sdk ext generate app ThemeDemoApp theme-demo-app - it fails with...
  14. Oh my bad, I didn't check that PageMap was just extracted as a separate class from
  15. I've noticed that in 4.2.1 the `` storage has been changed from LRU to PageMap, which means, that if we have a buffered grid that serves data from a data source that holds thousands/millions...
  16. - here is a video with an exception
  17. Are you sure the ext-debug version was loaded? It's not possible that it works for you.
  18. It's still perfectly reproducible following the original post instructions for ext-

    There is still `return new Ext.util.Point(xy[0], xy[1]);` line in the ext-debug.js and no one loads...
  19. It won't work, because:
    1. There is no `requires`, it's missed, as I said
    2. It's `new` used not `Ext.create`. And `new` cannot be handled

    Just to summarize, the facts:

    1. ext-debug.js is...
  20. Oh I see what you mean - but Ext.Loader cannot handle `new Ext.util.Point`. By definition.

    Ext.Loader could handle it if we used `Ext.Create()` not `new`
  21. Yep, and the trivial fix would be to replace `uses` to `requires` in the declaration
  22. Version: 4.2.0

    After in 4.2.0 store.pageMap was removed in favor of - some references wasn't updated properly.

    Like -

    findBy: function(fn, scope, start) {
  23. Version 4.2.0

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. Modify shared/include-ext.js to load -debug version:

    document.write('<script type="text/javascript" src="' + path + '/ext-debug' + (rtl ? '-rtl' : '')...
  24. Version 4.2.0

    `reload()` method or `Ext.ux.grid.FiltersFeature` still tries to address store.pageMap (which was removed in 4.2.0)

    if (store.buffered) {
  25. Is there a chance to get the diff for this particular fix? May be in svn?
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