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    Default Order in all-classes.js wrong on app build

    Hi there,

    I experience strange behavior with the app build. the compiled all-classes.js has a wrong order and puts a Ext.define before it creates the Ext object... This is happening in a more complex app where I migrated the skeleton from a generate app command... It is building fine in the skeleton itself...


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    Ext.define("Ext.data.ResultSet", {    loadedtrue,    count0,    total0,    successfalse,    constructor: function(a) {        Ext.apply(thisa);        this.totalRecords this.total;        if (a.count === undefined) {            this.count this.records.length        }    }});var Ext Ext || {};Ext._startTime = new Date().getTime(); 


    Thanks

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    This should be fixed in the 3.0.0.181 build.
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