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    Default Sencha Cmd 6.5 - Can I add source maps?

    Just wondering, is there a way to turn on Source Maps for javascript compiled output with the new beta Sencha Cmd 6.5?

    Maybe some configuration for the below?
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    "output": {
        "js": {
            "version": "ES6"
        }
    }

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    Bump. Is it possible?

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    Source maps seems to be an essential feature for every modern source bundler.
    It would be nice to know whether Sencha has any plans to support it.

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    Anyone?

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    Default source map not available with Sencha Cmd now even latest version

    I don't think you can create source map using Sencha Cmd right now. Since past 6 months I was trying to find out how. The conclusion is negetive. But good news is you can use other tools like webpack to create source map.

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