5 Apr 2013 6:43 AM #1
Exclude things from themes?
is it possible to exclude things from themes? We use ExtJS 4.2 and Sencha Touch 2.2. Our ExtJS Theme extends ext-theme-neptune.
For example, we do not use the datepicker or the accordion etc. Is it possible to remove such things from the resulting css?
8 Apr 2013 7:07 AM #2
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One of the reasons why we moved to packages is for the inheritance. If you aren't using it in your app then it shouldn't include it in the theme.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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8 Apr 2013 8:00 AM #3
I investigated a little bit. It seams, that sencha cmd generates two css files:
The all-css contains no datepicker. But the example-css does. The example file is more than twice as large as the all file, so I guess, that it contains everything. Also build/MyApp/production/resources/images contains the image files for the datepicker. I guess, because they are needed by the example-css.
In the html file only the all-css is included. So I guess, that the reason is the example-css. Why is it there? How can I avoid its creation?
21 Feb 2015 11:08 AM #4
I just want to see the neutral theme. I know I won't be using a datepicker.
It would be easier to exclude it than work my way through one compile per missing variable