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Thread: Sencha Build: Does not minify

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    Default Sencha Build: Does not minify


    Some people might find this useful.

    When your compressing your files into app-all.js, sencha build just invokes YUI Compressor. The issue is that the sencha build invocation hides the output from YUI Compressor, so if something goes wrong you're screwed.

    If this happens to you, you need to snag the yuicompressor.jar yourself, and try to build it

    java -jar ycompressor.jar all-classes.js -o app-all.js

    When you run this command, ycompressor will tell you what's wrong.

    The output will look like the following, and then you can go see what's wrong with your all-classes.js

    PM\YCompressor\ycompressor.jar all-classes.js -o app-all.js

    [ERROR] 71165:34:missing name after . operator

    [ERROR] 71166:26yntax error

    [ERROR] 71167:28yntax error

    [ERROR] 71168:28yntax error

    [ERROR] 71169:26yntax error

    [ERROR] 71172:22:invalid property id

    [ERROR] 71172:47yntax error

    [ERROR] 71175:22:missing ; before statement

    [ERROR] 71176:23yntax error

    [ERROR] 71177:25yntax error

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    Sencha User Frank's Avatar
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    foeget YUI Compressor
    just use SDK Tools, like:

    # Minify app.js and write the output to app.minified.js
    sencha fs minify app.js app.minified.js
    Ext Every Day!

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    Sencha - Sr Software Engineer mitchellsimoens's Avatar
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    It is saying you have a JS error.
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