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Same here - went with another charting engine and never looked back.
Also abandoned efforts to run ExtJs 4 on IE7/8 - chromeframe to the rescue (argh!)
6 Mar 2013 8:54 PM
Did you see the docs for XTemplate?
ExtJs docs are very complete IMHO.
6 Mar 2013 8:54 AM
Haha. It's ok. And I doubt it's worth to send them to Thailand :)
But I guess Don could really need a beer or two once in a while! :D
Btw, glad you figured it out
6 Mar 2013 8:23 AM
+1 for allowing to pass configuration options to YUI (or closure) compiler.
4 Mar 2013 8:47 PM
Are you sure that you want the 'compile page' command here? The 'page' command works on html files as input and output, but you are referencing js files?
What happens when you use
24 Jan 2013 9:05 PM
Don, thx for opening the bug report.
Please note that I tracked down the bug in my post from Dec 13 2012. My initial report didn't pin down the problem exactly and might lead your team in...
7 Jan 2013 8:23 AM
Tested with 220.127.116.11.288, still same behavior.
This drives me crazy!
I did further tests to eliminate environment-specific issues - no change.
I also tried to make sense out of this using a...
21 Dec 2012 8:29 AM
It is still not working for me in 18.104.22.1683.
I can only assume that this bug is specific to my environment and not a general bug. Otherwise I don't understand why I don't get any official...
Checkout the chapter "Trimming The Excess" in the "Single-Page Ext JS Apps" tutorial
sencha compile -classpath=ext/src,js \ ...
Just reduce your app to a smaller test scenario, then test out whether the suggested compiler statement yields the expected result. Adding explicit requirement statements should then be only a minor...
16 Dec 2012 7:46 PM
AFAIK if you use the following format:
Ext will only apply the override if the overridden class ( 'Ext.data.NodeInterface' ) is actually loaded/required somewhere in your code.
I think the compiler automatically picks up dependencies from 'Ext.create' calls in your code, but I am not absolutely sure.
In any case, it might be helpful to state any dependencies explicitly...
13 Dec 2012 8:15 PM
AFAIK Sencha Cmd has support for detecting implicit dependencies such as these controller classes. Maybe a bug?
If you need to hint a dependency to the compiler, you can also use
As a starter, out of my head, here some code:
sencha compile -cl /var/ext4.1.1a/src,/var/webapp/app1/ \
union -r -f /var/webapp/app1 and \
exclude -n Ext and \
concat -compress -o...
Do you have by any chance the 64bit version of Java installed?
I ran into similar problems a while back and I forced Sencha Cmd to use the 32bit JVM which solved my memory problems.
13 Dec 2012 12:11 AM
I further tracked down the bug. Any 'exclude' command is ignored if the '-debug=xxx' option on the 'concat' command is used.
This does *not* work (Ext core and foundation classes will be included...
12 Dec 2012 9:08 PM
Can this pls be confirmed as a bug? It has been a month since the first report.
It seems that the entire '-tag' support is broken - not a minor glitch IMHO.
thx for your...
12 Dec 2012 8:28 PM
This is indeed quite annoying. Also, errors don't get logged on stderr. We use 'sencha compile'.
12 Nov 2012 4:46 AM
EDIT: Meanwhile I tracked down the bug further. The problem is that when using "-debug=[true|false] concat", any exclude statements will be ignored. See post #3.
Sencha Cmd 22.214.171.124
When working with chained commands 'Expected 0 parameters' is really just marginally better than 'An error occurred' ;)
19 Oct 2012 9:31 AM
Just checked with Sencha Cmd and the resulting file is 699kB (includes core as well). If you use a GZIP filter on your web server, it will be maybe 210kB.
If you want to stay small then forget...
19 Oct 2012 9:04 AM
OK, my last effort to bring attention to my question. Hopefully more people will see it at this time of the day.
17 Oct 2012 8:08 PM
Any feedback on this? I know it is late evening now in some parts of the world :)
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