13 Mar 2013 9:55 AM #1
Sencha Cmd for ExtJS 4.2.0 release?
I'm very excited for the ExtJS 4.2.0 release, but without a proper version of Sencha Cmd for it it makes it a little tricky to work with.
The current version listed in ext-18.104.22.1683/cmd/sencha.cfg is 22.214.171.124
Any idea when we can expect a download link for a version that works with ExtJS 4.2.0 release?
13 Mar 2013 10:25 AM #2
13 Mar 2013 10:27 AM #3
That's still the 126.96.36.199 version. It doesn't work with the 4.2.0 release
13 Mar 2013 10:30 AM #4
OK wasn't sure Sencha might want to remove the link to Sencha cmd on Ext JS Product page until the correct Sencha CMD version is available.
Either that or answer a lot of questions of why it's not working.
13 Mar 2013 11:12 AM #5
anybody know where this new CMD version is?
Would be helpful.....
13 Mar 2013 11:21 AM #6
14 Mar 2013 12:57 AM #7
Newly released Senca Cmd doesn't work with ExtJs 4.2
I have just downloaded the new Sencha Cmd (188.8.131.52) from the Sencha Support page (I assume that things that are downloadable from here, are final releases???)
I have also just downloaded ExtJs 4.2 from the same page.
When i try to generate a new app using
sencha generate app DR D:\myfolder
[INF] Loaded extension sencha-compass [INF] Loaded extension sencha-io [WRN] Failed to resolve package ext-theme-classic [ERR] Theme ext-theme-classic not found [ERR] [ERR] BUILD FAILED [ERR] com.sencha.exceptions.ExNotFound: Required packages not found [ERR] [ERR] Total time: 1 second [ERR] com.sencha.exceptions.ExNotFound: Required packages not found
Does anybody have a solution for this?
14 Mar 2013 4:57 AM #8
14 Mar 2013 5:07 AM #9
I have now tried with version v184.108.40.206 of Sencha Cmd.
I still get the same error.
I'm positive that I'm in the ext framework directory when i initiate the generation.
14 Mar 2013 5:27 AM #10
Sorry, I do not know what else to say.
I used this command (borrowed you appname for this test):
C:\Users\User\Documents\ext-220.127.116.113>sencha generate app DR C:\DR
Maybe that's because of a different drive letter (D) you used?
Drive letters do not exist on Unix systems so maybe they overlooked this.