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    Bah, my pathing was screwed up by a bad config. I...

    Bah, my pathing was screwed up by a bad config. I updated and re-sourced all my shell files and it's working now! Very interesting stuff.

    Now that 4.2 has gone GPL I'm debating trying some things...
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    I apologize for not making it clear enough. I...

    I apologize for not making it clear enough.

    I unfortunately have enough years of experience with Perl that I'm very familiar with the she-bang at this point. I think this issue is that my path...
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    Hmm, so in your example, your http-silk.js is the...

    Hmm, so in your example, your http-silk.js is the server file you've created?

    I installed silkJS from source using github, checked out your source, and then ran this from the command-line:
    ...
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    I got it all set up but it looks like this repo...

    I got it all set up but it looks like this repo (SilkJS-extjs4) is a little out of date. I'm getting a ton of errors whenever I try to start it. Originally, I got this:



    4766...
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    hmm

    That's actually something I hadn't considered...
    I could potentially just write a thin layer to hit the database and pass what I need. The real issue here is that I was seeing if I could get lift...
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    Awesome

    Thanks for the prompt reply!

    The reason I asked in the first place is that I've been debating writing some fast unit testing that actually hits our DB, but our back end is an interesting set of...
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    Wow...

    This... is awesome. =P~

    One of our devs recently went to Fluent and everyone was talking about how great SilkJS was looking. After attempting to build something similar to this and getting...
  8. [OPEN] So for clarification, the expected method to...

    So for clarification, the expected method to customize your "group by" configuration is not to provide a function that's in the config on instantiation, but rather to override the abstract's method...
  9. [OPEN] Oh wow, that's weird. When I get a sec I'll try...

    Oh wow, that's weird. When I get a sec I'll try to test on the latest version, but even in the latest docs, getGroupString is not a config anywhere, it's a method:
    ...
  10. [OPEN] I could be wrong, but looking at the results of...

    I could be wrong, but looking at the results of your code change, the second result is still grouped into three groups, not the expected two (meaning group by days, not by individual unique date...
  11. [OPEN] Thanks! The workaround we are using for the time...

    Thanks! The workaround we are using for the time being is in the forum thread linked in the report, for anyone who needs one.
  12. [OPEN] Transform appears not to work in Ext.Util.Grouper

    Platform Information


    Ext version tested:
    Ext 4.1.3.548

    Browser versions tested against:
    Chrome 26.0.1410.64 m IE9.0.8112.16241 FF 21.0 (firebug 1.11.3 installed)

    DOCTYPE tested...
  13. Workaround (not ideal)

    For anyone else struggling with this problem we were able to create a workaround in the model rather than on the grid:


    {
    displayText: 'Generated Date',
    name: '__OriginalDate',...
  14. Code does not contain grouperFn or groupFn

    Grepping the entire codebase for "groupFn" and "grouperFn" has revealed nothing, however looking at the documentation reveals that groupers are an extension of sorters. It therefore stands to reason...
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    Regarding card/tab layout optimizations by deleting invisible nodes

    mitchellsimoens originally offered up the concept of removing tabs or cards that were not visible.

    Our team is interested in this concept, as we are in the process of moving from a "desktop"...
  16. [CLOSED] Urgh! I figured it was something this simple, but...

    Urgh! I figured it was something this simple, but our test case was muddied by something else:

    We initially discovered this by carefully using asynchronous testing in Jasmine (waiting for the...
  17. [CLOSED] Dynamically loaded classes cannot be extended

    Ext version tested:

    Discovered in our app as Ext 4.1.3 (example in test case uses GPL, 4.1.0 for licensing reasons)
    Browser versions tested against:

    Chrome 23.0.1271.97 m
    IE 9.0.8112.16421...
  18. [FIXED] Related issue

    Now when converting an old project, I get this:<br>
    <img src="http://www.sencha.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=39144&amp;stc=1" attachmentid="39144" alt="" id="vbattach_39144"...
  19. [INFOREQ] Callback on store's sync() method does not occur after the batch is complete

    I'm not entirely sure what event actually results in the callback, but the store's sync method appears to fire the callback before the sync is complete. In our example, a batch operation of multiple...
  20. [FIXED] Similar problem

    We're having a similar but sort of reversed problem. When we updated to 4.1, we started seeing SQL errors on saving or creating some of our models.

    As it turns out, the dateFormat on the model's...
  21. Bug exists in some form in 4.1

    We are seeing this bug in production on our server as well, but in a slightly different form. Here is the behavior:

    1) We have three fieldcontainers which contain components of xtype "field",...
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