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    Default Does the new class def. pipeline and mixins of Ext JS 4 going to be part of Ext Core?

    Does the new class definition pipeline and mixins of Ext JS 4 going to be part of Ext Core?

    It seems that if Ext Core had a little more features, it could start to be a contender for competitor like JQuery.

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    http://www.sencha.com/blog/countdown...-class-system/
    http://edspencer.net/2011/01/ext-js-...-pipeline.html
    http://edspencer.net/2011/01/classes...-the-hood.html

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    Yes they are (but you could have checked that yourself by downloading the Ext 4 preview).

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    Default It's not clear what get in Ext JS 4 always end-up to Ext Core

    It's not clear that what is in Ext JS 4 base/core always end-up to Ext Core.

    At least now in Ext JS 4 we see the word "core" instead of "base".

    If the core in Ext JS 4 has the word "MIT license" that would be more obvious.

    I still have doubt.

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