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    Default In controller using views: 'Microsoft.view.MyView' generate many requests

    With Ext JS 4.1.x, when having in my controller a views without array like:
    Code:
    Ext.define('Microsoft.controller.clientManager.SectionDetail', {    extend: 'Ext.app.Controller',
        views: ['Microsoft.view.MyView'],
    ...
    That doesn't generate any error or warning. My application does work fine.

    When doing the same with Ext JS 4.2.0 RC. It generate one request to the server for a JavaScript file, for each letter, like
    M.js
    i.js
    c.js
    ....

    Beside expecting more reasonable behavior, I expect reasonable assertions are done when I'm using a debug version of the library.

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    It's not really a bug, since the docs say it's supposed to be an array, but I don't see any harm in allowing it to use a string as well.
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