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    I use Cmd 4 ,Extjs 4.2 wrote a case in point,After build I own style file not introducing into it.
    index.html code:













    After cmd build index.html code :



    but iSEMP-all.css Contains no main.css,sch-gantt-all.css,basic.css in the style,Why?

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    You should @import them in a SASS in the sass/etc/all.scss file. Then when you build it will add the @import in the CSS and you then don't need to have the <link> elements in index.html
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