Until we get something like svn or git or something better for a permanant solution... if you log into support.sencha.com you should see a Nightly Builds link in the Latest Build box.
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Once again, hopefully we will get a more permanent solution but until then this, at least, gets you the latest code. You also get a changelog dump I believe.
The 'nightly builds' link does nothing...
How is internal scm being done? Why is it so hard to provide access to the current soure baseline?
It isn't like this is a new issue. Sencha announced a switch to git (http://www.sencha.com/blog/ext-js-is-migrating-to-git/) in Feb 2010 and Ed said
"First of all, keeping compatibility with svn is of upmost importance to us. Everyone with a support subscription will still have access to the latest commits. Although we are developing the code with Git, every commit is mirrored over to svn.
The move to git is an internal choice we’ve made to help us easily manage our multiple source branches. While the main git repository is on GitHub, if we have support subscribers who would like to move from svn to git we can add a mirror on our servers with the same access permissions that svn currently has."
So why not just provide access to a git mirror?
For whatever it's worth, it worked for me a couple of hours ago.
Code:-rw-r--r--@ 1 me 1255282267 50716319 Jan 23 12:56 ext-4.1-20120122.zip
And I should point out that it's still working for me. Just checked it again.