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    Where can I get the information regarding the future releases of ExtJS? For example, I want to know when 5.1.1 will be released.

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    I'm sorry but at this time we do not publish public dates for releases. Support subscribers have access to nightly builds for the future 5.1.1 release.
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    Okay. Thanks for the quick response.

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    What would be good to know is what other elements of the tool chain might disappear.

    I never heard of SASS before 4.x Now I have adopted it. Now it is literally out of fashion. Now I have to rework my theming compatibility within an environment where sencha is just one tool in the chain.

    I gather the answer is "all of them"...

    but Cmd/Ant can be expected to survive the next 5-10 years?

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    We didn't get rid of SASS, SASS is a language. We used to use compass as a SASS compiler but it relied on ruby. So we replaced compass with fashion.

    Cmd is the tool that will be going hand in hand with Ext JS. It's not going anywhere anytime soon, we're focused on Cmd.
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