15 Mar 2013 5:05 PM #1
Production Build not including base Ext classes in all-classes.js
We are preparing to go to production and I have created a custom build process using gradle and ant. My resulting war contains all-classes.js and all of my grails code, however, when deploying the minimized version, I am getting errors that say I am missing widget.panel and widget.accordian.
Are we supposed to add requires statements for all of the base Ext classes? Am I supposed to just deploy ext-all.js when this defeats the purpose of including only what we needed.
Also, to debug this I ended up having to build the test version of all-classes.js and physically move my app.js portion to line 1. For some reason firefox/firebug was chopping off my code and not throwing a single error nor stopping at my debugger statement.
15 Mar 2013 11:12 PM #2
It sounds like the build step is not picking up your dependencies (it is supposed to) but that could be due to a number of factors. Is this a generated app that you have customized or are you calling Cmd directly?
To really help out, please see http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...ith-Sencha-Cmd for tips on what things are typically needed by us so we can help resolve your issue.
18 Mar 2013 5:07 AM #3
We are calling "sencha app build production" in a cmd prompt via gradle task. Should I be seeing something in the bootstrap.js that tells the build process to include panel, label, grid base stuff? I did see a reference to "Ext": "ext/src" and a bunch of Ext.ux.* references.
Sencha Cmd version(s) tested:
- Sencha Cmd 220.127.116.118
- WinXP Professional SP3
- Ext JS 4.1.1a