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    Default Unanswered: Ext.Loader: Multiple Classes in one File

    Hello!

    Is there any way to explain the Ext.Loader that there are multiple classes in one file, like:

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    Ext.define('MyApp.MyAwesomeHelperClass1', {});
    Ext.define('MyApp.MyAwesomeHelperClass2', {});
    Ext.define('MyApp.MyAwesomeHelperClass3', {});
    //eof
    Defining all path to this files results in three inclusions. I would like to keep them in one file for this special plugin, is there any configuration?

    Thanks
    Roland

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    There isn't any config that will do this. You'd basically have to not require the other 2 classes.
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    Not requiring the other classes won't work, my extension basically has a structure like Ext has, some basic functions and shortcuts on the main class and then subclasses.

    What do you think about adding alternateClassName:['MyExtension.Main'] to my main class and then always requiring it though MyExtension.Main?

    Thanks
    Roland

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