Hi all,

I have an HTML page that includes ExtJS 6 modern directly referencing those files from the <head>:
build/modern/theme-triton/resources/theme-triton-all-debug.css
build/ext-all-debug.js
build/ext-modern-all-debug.js
build/classic/locale/locale-it-debug.js
build/modern/theme-triton/theme-triton-debug.js


My page works correctly until updating ExtJS from 6.0.3 to 6.2.0. With latest version my app is signaling a JavaScript error when loading main view (evaluating Ext.Viewport.element).
My question is: the list of JavaScript includes must be changed switching from 6.0.3 to 6.2.0 ? Must I add some extra JavaScript before Ext.application ?

Note:
I know that the right and better way should be use Sencha Cmd to build my app with a compiled bootstrap.js file but I think that this approach is still lacking of a fundamental requirement: dynamic JavaScript inclusion on my page depending on application runtime status. A case: if the user selects the application language on login I must load a different locale.js file on the base of its choice, that seems to be difficult since javascript files loaded are selected at build time by Sencha Cmd.