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    Default Answered: Determining which libs are core

    I'm trying to build a "Universal" application. I'm assuming the best way to determine which classes are in the core library and hence shared, is by looking for it's existence in the packages/core/src directory of the distribution. Is this correct?

    In the future would it be possible to get this information from the documentation?

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    The documentation is still using the old jsduck that isn't being maintained anymore and has no knowledge of what a core is and what a toolkit is. We are working on new documentation but currently it's more manual source reading or trial and error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    The documentation is still using the old jsduck that isn't being maintained anymore and has no knowledge of what a core is and what a toolkit is. We are working on new documentation but currently it's more manual source reading or trial and error.
    Will Ext 6 come with new documentation system instead js duck?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wemerson.januario View Post
    Will Ext 6 come with new documentation system instead js duck?
    mmm, if it's done
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    mmm, if it's done

    And if it's not done? No documentation?

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    Of course not, will just use the JSDuck like we have been
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Of course not, will just use the JSDuck like we have been
    Thanks Mitchell.

    My comment was a JOKE!

    Sometimes it seems that a little levity is needed around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by worthlutz View Post
    Thanks Mitchell.

    My comment was a JOKE!

    Sometimes it seems that a little levity is needed around here.
    Appreciate it too! Guess I am too used to being beat up all the time.
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    Which was the reason to discontinue jsduck?


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    Major reason for me is its built with ruby and doesn't actually belong to anyone internal. Cmd is a great platform to host something in this arena so there wouldn't be any dependency to install.
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