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    Default [Cmd 4.0.1.45] Force certain files to be included in build

    My application makes heavy use of dynamic Ext.require statements. In other words, there is no explicit Ext.require("my.class.view").

    This means that "my.class.view" is never included in the production build. Is there any way to force all files in a given directory to be included in the build?

    I'd like something like package.classpath except it would guarantee that all files are included in the production build even if nothing explicitly calls Ext.require() for them. Is there something I can include in sencha.cfg or in one of the build scripts to accomplish this?

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    You can use comments in your javascript file to require classes also. Something like this:

    Code:
    //@require foo.bar.baz
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