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    Default Answered: Cannot call method 'substring' of undefined


  2. Usually means that you don't have all the classes you are using required and the xtype isn't found.

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    Usually means that you don't have all the classes you are using required and the xtype isn't found.
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    thanks

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    Mitchell, is there any way to discover what the source of the 'substring' of undefined is? We have dozens of pages with lots of requires, it's really hard to try and determine the source with no feedback at all from the packager... this wasn't a problem with Sencha SDK 2.0, but has cropped up all over the place with 3.0

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    Default Same problem, no way to automate detection?

    Same problem, no way to automate detection?

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