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    Default Answered: Sencha Command 3 and Sencha Touch 2.0.1

    Hi there,
    I have the following Sencha Tools installed:

    SenchaSDKTools-2.0.0-beta3
    cmd 3.0.0.250

    Entering sencha app build xxx compiles my Sencha Touch 2.1 projects perfectly.

    Now I need to compile a Sencha Touch 2.0.1 project.

    How do I tell the command line to use the old SDKTools instead of cmd 3.0?

    I do not want to uninstall cmd 3.0 every time I need to make a new build of an old project.

    Best regards

  2. Sencha Cmd does not support 2.0.1, only 2.1.0+. You need to remove/comment the path to Cmd so that you can use SDK Tools.

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    just an idea

    Method 1
    create a new sencha app using sencha cmd. then copy your files old 2.0.1 files to new app.

    Method 2
    i think there is an update commend.

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    Sencha Cmd does not support 2.0.1, only 2.1.0+. You need to remove/comment the path to Cmd so that you can use SDK Tools.
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