You recommend putting the code under source control, will the SVN fix be added before?
I also need to be sure, will it be possible to get current solutions converted to the new version? I have a large enterprise application and I would like to be able to use the Designer for this application after updating?
I'm one of those poor chumps stuck with Microsoft Team Foundation Server which is a right pain in the neck. I use Visual Studio to write C# web services for my Ext JS client apps, but Visual Studio refuses to let you include foreign files in its source code backups (I know there's a shell extension but I'm not manually adding new views/stores/models generated by Designer each time I make a change).
I hear that Microsoft have finally figured out the suckfulness of their software and are going to allow "all files in X solution folder" to be managed by their new source code control system. I am desperately looking forward to it because I'm currently just periodically zipping my entire solution (which includes all Designer-related stuff) and copying it to a server that's backed up nightly.
P.S., blame is attributable to Visual Studio, too, which refuses to let you search/replace all files in a solution folder that do not technically belong to the solution. So, all my *.js files that weren't added to the solution via the official method, are given a very cold shoulder by the IDE. Very poor form, Microsoft.
Things that are automatically generated by Sencha Architect are not editable and you should not touch these directly, instead use the config panel.
Functions (event handlers, configs) and overrides created by you are editable.