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    Hi ,
    I am new to Extjs. While going through the extjs folder I am a bit confused with the actual purpose of these files. I understand that extjs is evolving and the explanation provided for older versions might not be applicable for the version 4.1.1. It will be great help if someone could provide the one liner explanation for the below mentioned files. Majorly I am looking for, which one to use when.
    bootstrap.js
    ext.js
    ext-all.js
    ext-all-debug.js
    ext-all-debug-w-comments.js
    ext-all-dev.js
    ext-debug.js
    ext-debug-w-comments.js
    ext-dev.js
    ext-neptune.js
    ext-neptune-debug.js
    ext-neptune-debug-w-comments.js

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    Check this post:

    ext-all: minified, no JSDoc, no console warnings
    ext-all-debug: non-minified, with JSDoc, no console warnings
    ext-all-dev: non-minified, with JSDoc, with console warnings

    ext-all and ext-all-debug are functionally equivalent, whereas ext-all-dev throws console warnings when you do things like use deprecated APIs or misconfigure components. I don't believe we have ported the debug console from 3.x across yet

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