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Thread: What happened to the 3.0.0 docs?

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    Default What happened to the 3.0.0 docs?

    I know there is a documentation bugs thread, but I think this is a problem with the web server, not a bug in the documentation itself.

    Looks like some wrong version has been put to http://www.extjs.com/deploy/ext-3.0.0/docs/

    In the source files, you'll find
    Code:
    /*!
     * Ext JS Library 3.0+
    (What does that plus even mean?)

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    3.0+ just means that the documentation was generated later than the 3.0.0 tag.
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    So, the real 3.0.0 docs are not publicly available?

    I'm asking because today I spent an eternity on hunting a supposed bug in my Ext.FlashComponent config object, just to find that the online docs mention features that quite simply don't exist in 3.0.0 (yet).

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    Default ExtJS public release not in sync with Docs

    I just ran into this issue again. It's very confusing that everything located at http://www.extjs.com/deploy/ext-3.0.0/... (including the docs) seems to refer to some 3.0.x version of Ext, but not 3.0.0

    For example, http://www.extjs.com/deploy/ext-3.0.0/ext-all.js differs considerably from the ext-all.js file in the downloadable ExtJS 3.0.0 package.
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    /*
     * Ext JS Library 3.0+
     * Copyright(c) 2006-2009 Ext JS, LLC
     * [email protected]
     * http://www.extjs.com/license
     */
    Please, is it possible to keep those files in sync?

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    The "+" is what is used in svn. Since svn is in a dynamic state it is not a preserved tagged version so having a fixed version number would not be appropriate (if it were fixed in svn the version would be bogus because the code in svn changes daily). So 3.0.+ just means some version after the 3.0 release.

    Now, for 3.0.0 I think there was an oversight to fix that comment in the file. The version you linked to does appear to be different than 3.0.0, some later svn edition was posted.

    Bottom line is that there is no malicious intent not to keep the docs in sync.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjlecomte View Post
    Bottom line is that there is no malicious intent
    Of course not. Mistakes do happen. I didn't mean to offend you guys from the ExtJS Team.

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