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    Default Failed to download remote catalog

    Hi,

    I get this error message when building my Ext JS app

    Failed to download remote catalog : Error downloading http://cdn.sencha.com/cmd/packages/catalog.json

    For security reasons there is no internet on my developer machine. Can you suggest how to disable this catalog access or where to place it such that the build can run offline?

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    I'm in a similar situation. I can manually download the file and if there is some way to configure Sencha Cmd to use a proxy it might also work. What is the downside of having this portion of the action fail?

    Thanks.

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    *Bump*

    We're having this exact problem with Sencha Cmd 3.1.1 building a Sencha Touch 2.2 app, but we have Internet access on our build server, it's just that sometimes it fails which causes the build to fail, which is REALLY annoying.

    It seems like it's always the first build of the day that fails and everything is fine after that.

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    Sencha Cmd 6.0.2.14 still has the same problem.

    You can see the repository with this command:
    Code:
    sencha package repo list
    Here is another thread on the argument:
    https://www.sencha.com/forum/showthr...-Cmd-3.1.1.274

    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    2) This functionality is baked into Cmd and there isn't any property to simply turn this off. In theory, if you checked in the packages that is required and such it shouldn't try to download the catalog of packages. That being said, you can try to turn off the package system via this command:

    Code:
    sencha pacakge repo remove sencha
    however doing this will mean that you won't ever have access to the remote package functionality anymore.

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