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    Default Why cmd loads classpath from its own temporary file

    My app root is C:\Program Files\Zend\Apache2\htdocs\artcom-desktop\client, I run from this location the command:

    sencha -sdk-path="C:\Program Files\Zend\Apache2\htdocs\ext4" compile -classpath=app\testext\js\loading,app\testext\js\loading\TestLoading.js page -in=markup.html -out=app\testext\js\loading\build\markup.html

    Ext.application has its appFolder property to "app/testext/js/loading" and is defined in file named TestLoading.js.

    Why the compiler loads:
    Loading classpath entry C:\Program Files\Zend\Apache2\htdocs\artcom-desktop\client\sencha-compile-temp-dir\ebd679c7-63b0-47d6-bdc4-05048caa8261
    and ends up with:
    [ERR] Failed to find file(s) for depdency reference C:\Program Files\Zend\Apache2\htdocs\artcom-desktop\client\sencha-compile-temp-dir\
    ebd679c7-63b0-47d6-bdc4-05048caa8261\script-file-1.js:irectiveRequire::../../../../../../../../app/testext/js/loading/testLoading.js/

    It seems like it is trying to treat application file as another directory with classes ...

    I'm using v3.1.0.256

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    Have you tried with the latest public release?
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