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    Default [CLOSED][PR3] Namespace declaration(s?) missing

    In core/util/DelayedTask.js, a Ext.namespace('Ext.util.DelayedTask') declaration is missing.

    As a consequence, if I want to use only this package, I have to manually add the namespace declaration by myself.

    There may be some others missing, but at this time, I don't know yet...

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    I wouldn't say this is a bug. Ext.util is in the core of the library, it's meant to be used with the other core parts.
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    Default [PR3] Namespace declaration(s?) missing

    You're right, it's not exactly a bug.

    But it is a concern, as it prevents a move towards the low coupling of the packages of the framework, which is, no mater what the goal of your project, a best practice in programming.

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    Right, but it's part of the core, you can't go picking and choosing which parts of that to use.
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