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    Default Unanswered: Ext.require with expression doesn't work for me

    Hi

    I am trying to preload all classes from certain path to be able to use lazy instantiation.

    When I load them one by one it works,

    when I try to do
    Ext.require(['com.myorg.cl.tools.mymenuitems.*']) it doesnt.

    Am I doing something wrong?

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    The wildcard '*' will only work for Ext widgets as we have a manifest file to tell the class system what classes are in certain namespaces.
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