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    Default Do I have to install Compass to use Sencha Cmd for Ext JS project?

    If it is not necessary, what features will be missing from Sencha Cmd? Thanks.

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    According to this, the answer is yes. You need to it for various parts that deal with creating custom themes. Probably the main "sencha app build" command will not even work because it builds the theme by default each time.

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    Thanks. I noticed that it complains about missing Compass when I tried to do an app build. I have since installed Compass and it seems to be working now.

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    How you install Compass....Please send me some pointers...
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    Default Not mandatory

    AFAIK, Compass installation is not mandatory, but yes, recommended, of course.

    Try setting in your sencha.cfg file:
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    skip.sass=1
    It works for Sencha Touch 2.2. My guess is it should work for any other framework too.

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