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Thread: DataProxy - redundant back compat assignment

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    Default DataProxy - redundant back compat assignment

    The DataProxy assignment is not needed because it's already listed in the alternateClassName list.

    Code:
    Ext.define('Ext.data.proxy.Proxy', {
        alias: 'proxy.proxy',
        alternateClassName: ['Ext.data.DataProxy', 'Ext.data.Proxy'],
        ....
    }, function() {
        //backwards compatibility
        Ext.data.DataProxy = this; // <-- not needed
    });

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    Thanks for the report. This should be fixed for the 4.1.4 release.
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