Yes, I'm also interested. :)
Type: Posts; User: farion
Yes, I'm also interested. :)
I have trouble to get inline_image working in my custom theme.
What I did (in my sencha workspace):
# sencha generate theme my-custom-theme
This created a theme in...
Still not fixed. Very annoying. It is nearly impossible to use sencha cmd, but unfortunately we have no chance to switch to another framework.
Why is this bug not fixed? What is the problem? Can I...
I removed all Readme.md files from my project already. Probably they are copied from an extended theme?
Basically I do not see an advantage to have those files in the final output directory. The...
here is the output with the -d flag.
[DBG] Loading plugin: /Users/farion/bin/Sencha/Cmd/188.8.131.522/plugins/package.plugin.xml
[DBG] Loading plugin:...
Is there an official way to do this? I did not figure out how it works. I'm also afraid, that such a hacked solution will break again in a short time.
It would be really nice to use compass like...
We migrated to sencha cmd and ported our scss to a skin package because the old way with "compass compile" was obsolete and did not work anymore. Why this change? It was a lot of effort and it just...
I try to update an application like sencha cmd proposed.
"sencha app upgrade -noframework"
But unfortunately I get this meaningless exception...
[INF] Including theme package...
still not fixed :(
We generate our project with:
"sencha app build"
But unfortunately the destination directory is full of useless files.
Is there a workaround or a quickfix we can apply?
It seems, that config.rb is not loaded because it is not mentioneded in
I'm trying to use inline-image to include a graphics file as base64. So far so good.
Here is my setup:
The problem occurs also if I do this in Firebug.
So no other panels or things are affected.
we have some strange problems with Firefox during development. We use a normal ExtJS 4.2 Application with sencha cmd. If we use the compiled version in firefox everything is okay. But if we...
That is not a solution for my problem. It seems, that you added your script tags outside x-compile. So they are NOT included in the resulting js file. That is probably the reason why it is working...
The question was about app.json, not app.js.
Unfortunately there is really no documentation about using app.json with ExtJS.
Currently I'm trying with //@require. In app.js it has no effect. So I require a specific Loader class in my Application.
The loader class file looks like this
It seems, that the last solution is working somehow. The foo.js content was added to the end of the output-js:
Content of all-classes.js:
- ext stuff
- app stuff
But I need:
How are third party libs added to sencha cmd projects?
Unfortunately there is no real documentation for sencha cmd, so I had to try a lot of things found somehwere.
Add @require to app.js
But it is planned for the final 2.2 Release? That would be really great.
I investigated a little bit. It seams, that sencha cmd generates two css files:
Still not possible to use inline-image with sencha cmd 184.108.40.2066.
So I have to hide the header manually with css? Sounds like an ugly hack. Isn't that the task of hideHeaders?
I have a normal Ext.grid.Panel with headers: false and hideHeaders:true. But unfortunately I end up with the following markup. It is visibile as a small line - seems like a border.