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  1. Your code excerpts show the Y2K bug. If the...

    Your code excerpts show the Y2K bug.

    If the raw value is "01/01/99" is it 1999 or 2099 or 2199 that should be assumed?

    Anyhow, I appreciate enough clarification about the issue you are facing. ...
  2. Opening a ticket to clear the time bits of the...

    Opening a ticket to clear the time bits of the Date if the format config does not contain time.
  3. I changed field.getValue() => field.getRawValue()...

    I changed field.getValue() => field.getRawValue() in the fiddle and it returns just the date, formatted without the time.
  4. The return value is a Date object. When you...

    The return value is a Date object.

    When you show it, its toString() method is called and that's going to include the time.

    console.log(new Date()) in dev tools.

    > console.log(new Date())...
  5. 55367 Please see the docs. I do believe the...

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    Please see the docs.

    I do believe the return value is correct.

    I didn't edit the docs for the date field when I made the Y2K fix.
  6. [FIXED] A mistake on our part. EXTJS-20833 has not...

    A mistake on our part.

    EXTJS-20833 has not been merged, so the fix is not in latest 6.0 or 6.1 yet.
  7. [FIXED] EXTJS-20833 has not been merged yet. Sorry for...

    EXTJS-20833 has not been merged yet. Sorry for the delay.
  8. [FIXED] Sorry guys, I fixed a Y2K bug in date field, and...

    Sorry guys, I fixed a Y2K bug in date field, and the checkChange() and validate functionality regressed. It has since been fixed. I should show up in new builds soon.
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    [OPEN] Multiple tickets certainly deserve multiple...

    Multiple tickets certainly deserve multiple patches!

    :D
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    If you do: $ sudo make install in your...

    If you do:

    $ sudo make install

    in your SilkJS directory, where you built silkjs per the directions, then http-silk.js, silkjs, etc., should be on your path if you have /usr/local/bin on your...
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    Here's a way to think about it. SilkJS is like...

    Here's a way to think about it.

    SilkJS is like Perl in some respects. It's a command line program (written in C/C++). You give it a script on the command line and it loads it, runs it, then...
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    I realize it may not be obvious, but the simplest...

    I realize it may not be obvious, but the simplest "server.js" type file you can make looks something like:


    Config.documentRoot = 'path_to_your_document_root';


    Then you put your files in...
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    did you? sudo make install to install...

    did you?

    sudo make install

    to install silkjs

    Then you git clone the SilkJS-extjs4 repo somewhere else. I have something like:

    /home/mschwartz/src/SilkJS
    /home/mschwartz/src/SilkJS-extjs4
  14. [DUP] :DBetter to know about it twice than not at all!

    :DBetter to know about it twice than not at all!
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    You can trivially invoke a perl program from...

    You can trivially invoke a perl program from SilkJS using process.exec().

    http://silkjs.net/documentation/builtin/process#process-exec

    Function: process.execSynopsisvar output =...
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    Thanks Eric for his validation that SilkJS does...

    Thanks Eric for his validation that SilkJS does work. I'd add that the WWW server is written in JavaScript. The whole thing is ~1500 lines - hardly a lot to figure out.

    I honestly never heard of...
  17. [DUP] NodeInterface.collapseChildren never calls callback if all collapsed already

    http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/4.2.1/source/NodeInterface.html#Ext-data-NodeInterface-method-collapseChildren

    The code nicely determines the non-collapsed nodes and the count of those.

    Only if...
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    [OPEN] And here's the fix: ...

    And here's the fix:

    http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/4.2.1/source/Element_scroll2.html#Ext-dom-Element-method-scroll

    Ext.dom.Element.scroll function never negates the distance variable if the...
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    [OPEN] Tree node drag scroll bug

    It's evident in the examples.

    Go to the "Two trees" demo in kitchen sink, otherwise known as "multiple trees" from the examples tab in the documentation browser.

    The tree on the left is taller...
  20. [OPEN] Actually the fix was in your own post, not his. ...

    Actually the fix was in your own post, not his. He explained the issue, but didn't present any solution as code that might help people resolve it.

    Thanks to the forums for helping resolve these...
  21. [OPEN] I ran into this today. A fix, since nobody's...

    I ran into this today.

    A fix, since nobody's really posted one (I think) is:


    requires: [
    ...
    'Ext.util.Point'
    ]
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    I'm fine with using "me" all over the place. ...

    I'm fine with using "me" all over the place. It's got at least two benefits mentioned in just the past few posts here.

    If anything, I tend to use more descriptive words than just "me." For...
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    Hey Eric, I'm absolutely using SilkJS with the...

    Hey Eric,

    I'm absolutely using SilkJS with the ORM to implement the server side for ExtJS4.

    https://github.com/mschwartz/SilkJS-extjs4

    This demo implements Ext.ux.SchemaGrid class. The Grid...
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    Just an update. The site is now hosted at...

    Just an update. The site is now hosted at http://silkjs.net/
  25. Yeah. Life is grand when you're working on...

    Yeah.

    Life is grand when you're working on existing legacy apps that don't use the latest toolkits but do need to run on the latest phones.
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