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    Default different behavior between sencha-touch-debug.js and sencha-touch-all-debug.js

    By using sencha-touch-all-debug.js when I set refs and trying to use getter this.getRef () when the ref has not yet been instantiated is returning undefined.
    When I change the app to file sencha-touch-debug.js works properly as it should (if the instance is returned if there instantiates and returns).
    I believe that the information is sufficient, if you need details I am available.

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    I just tried a test and it is working for me. I instantiate a class, in the controller I use the getter created for the ref and it always returns the instance.

    This in 2.1.0
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