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    Default Unanswered: Changing Ext Scope or namespace

    Hi there,

    I was wondering: how free am I to do something like:

    (function () {

    Ext = {...}

    // ...

    My.Namespace = Ext;

    })();

    ???

    Thanks

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    I really don't see why you would wanna do this...?

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    why??

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    We will have a generic solution to solve this with Ext JS 4 and Sencha Touch 1.0.

    This will allow you to run Ext JS 4, Sencha Touch and Ext Core on the same page with different namespaces and not having them collide.
    Aaron Conran
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