1 Nov 2011 1:18 PM #1
Access to 4.1 svn/git branch?
Any chance we'll be getting access to the 4.1 svn (or preferrable git) branch soon ?
I miss the days when we could access the trunk or any 3.x branch without problem and get up-to-date fixes for the framework.
In 4.0, the svn mirror seems to be updated very sporadically, and even have problems (the line 98 in extjs/src/form/RadioGroup.js have a ">>>>>>> Fix @link in Ext.form.RadioGroup docs." line that needs to be commented out or removed so an svn build works) ... and now the 4.1 branch isn't even accessible.
I'd like to test the 4.1 but would prefer to have an up-to-date version whenever is possible, and more now with so many changes and fixes coming to the 4.1 branch (I migrated the app from 3.x a couple of months back but it's only available in "beta" fashion for a few clients that don't use IE, and have been waiting for the 4.1 branch so I can start testing and migrating whatever needs to be done for 4.1 and be able to use the new app on "production" for all my clients asap thus eliminating the need of maintaining two branches).
Last edited by maksimenko; 3 Nov 2011 at 9:18 AM. Reason: s/to branches/two branches/
2 Nov 2011 11:53 AM #2
Yeah .. what he said!
2 Nov 2011 5:46 PM #3
16 Nov 2011 4:02 AM #4
Sencha, please do something about this. Don't let us, a support subscriber down. It's very frustrating. No point of getting support subscription when I need to wait 4.1 release for bug fixes.
1 Dec 2011 12:30 PM #5
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Historically, we have tried to only allow the version that is beta. So when 4.1.0 beta comes out, it should make it's way to SVN. I'm sure you know that this is the bleeding edge code that is in SVN so it may be a bumpy road is some cases. Personally, I update my local git repo couple times a day and I have no problems I couldn't easily correct.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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1 Dec 2011 1:23 PM #6
Thanks for your response. I'm really glad to finally hear that!. Hopefully the beta comes out soon enough....
And yes, no problem with it being bleeding edge code, etc. Fully understood that it's at our own risk. In any case, there's always overriding , and now easier to include/exclude with Ext.define overrides...
Lucky you that can update your local git a couple of times a day!