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    Default Ext fail when IE uses conditional comments

    If I turn on conditional comments, default ext application throw syntax error
    PHP Code:
    SCRIPT1004Expected ';' 
    Easing.js?_dc=1350541991462line 1
    SCRIPT5022
    The following classes are not declared even if their files have been loaded'Ext.fx.Easing'Please check the source code of their corresponding files for possible typos'ext/src/fx/Easing.js ext-dev.js, line 9978 
    PHP Code:
    /*@cc_on!@*/
    Ext.application({    
        
    controllers: ["Main"],
        
    views: ["Main"],
        
    name'app',
        
    autoCreateViewporttrue
    }); 
    It happen because first line in Easing.js look like conditional directive and IE wrong interpret it
    PHP Code:
    //@define Ext.fx.Easing <--- syntax error here
    /** 
     * @class Ext.fx.Easing
    ....
     */ 

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