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  1. Thread: Gitlab CI

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    Gitlab CI

    Any working examples for using Gitlab CI for running tests?
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    Build into Subdirectory

    https://gitlab.com/pauldugas/ext-subdir-eg

    Looking for some guidance on how to adjust that so the development build expects to find main.js, manifest.json, and resources/ in public/app/ instead of...
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    Symfony Encore Example

    I would appreciate an example explaining how to use ExtJS as the frontend for a Symfony API using Encore[1] and Sencha's open-tooling support. I doubt I'm alone in using Symfony or API-Platform as my...
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    Symfony Encore Example

    I believe many of us would appreciate Sencha spending a little time looking into how to adjust the open-tooling logic to work within a Symfony project using Encore. I build all of my APIs using...
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    I ended up asking support about this a while...

    I ended up asking support about this a while back. Forgot to circle back here. Basically, there were a few updates to the open-tools scheme with the 7.1 release that address this and a number of...
  6. Hey tangix, upgrade to the 7.1 release of...

    Hey tangix, upgrade to the 7.1 release of Cmd/ExtJS. Seems there was an issue with the generated main.js (that includes the addon NPM packages) not being included in the generated production build. I...
  7. Excellent! Happy to see it's not just some kind...

    Excellent! Happy to see it's not just some kind mistake.
  8. Yes, "fa-expand-alt" is listed as one of the...

    Yes, "fa-expand-alt" is listed as one of the "fas" icons in your fiddle but the corresponding class isn't included in the ext-font-awesome package.
  9. node_modules/@sencha/ext-font-awesome/sass/src/all...

    node_modules/@sencha/ext-font-awesome/sass/src/all.scss looks like it's defining x-fa along with x-fas, x-far and x-fab classes. I see -expand and -expand-arrows-alt in...
  10. I agree that is "should" work :) Sadly, doesn't...

    I agree that is "should" work :) Sadly, doesn't for me.
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    So, nobody from Sencha is watching these forums...

    So, nobody from Sencha is watching these forums now, right?
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    The change above works in dev but when I "npm run...

    The change above works in dev but when I "npm run build" the generated build/production/App/index.html is empty.
  13. I have the same question. I've followed...

    I have the same question. I've followed directions at https://docs.sencha.com/extjs/7.1.0/guides/using_systems/using_npm/adding_npm_packages.html and have added lines to pull in a couple extra npm...
  14. Old but I recently ran into this too. "treegrid"...

    Old but I recently ran into this too. "treegrid" needs to be added to the "requires" list in app.json.
  15. https://fontawesome.com/icons?d=gallery&q=expand&m...

    https://fontawesome.com/icons?d=gallery&q=expand&m=free

    expand-alt appears to be part of the free set
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    Circled back to this over the weekend. I've...

    Circled back to this over the weekend. I've modified the webpack config as show below so that it generates the index page from a separate template instead of modifying it in place. I commit the...
  17. Using "solid" versions of Font-Awesom font icons

    I'm trying specifically to use Font Awesome's "expand-alt" icon.

    iconCls: 'x-fa fa-expand-alt',

    I know I need to add "fas" somewhere in there but all the combinations I've tried aren't...
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    I guess these forums are dead?

    I guess these forums are dead?
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    "npm run build" modifies index.html

    I originally posted in Q&A but got no "A" in 10 days so I'm re-posting here...

    Running "npm run build" in a newly build 7.0.0-CE project is unexpectedly modifying the index.html in the top-level...
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    The issue is that the node binary pulled with Cmd...

    The issue is that the node binary pulled with Cmd via npm is linked against glibc which isn't used with Alpine Linux. So, another missing dependency is glibc but I was able to just remove...
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    Figured it out. The build is trying to run...

    Figured it out. The build is trying to run node_modules/@sencha/cmd/dist/bin/linux-x64/node/node but that executable is linked against glibc which isn't used on Alpine linux. I was able to hack...
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    npm build dependencies in docker

    The Getting Started page lists NodeJS and NPM as the only dependencies but Java and bash are required as well. I suspect I'm missing something else but I'm not sure what.

    A simple Dockerfile to...
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    It's also adding to the original...

    It's also adding <base href="/"> to the original index.html which is passed through on subsequent builds to the built index.html preventing it from loading via file:///... This seems like a mistake.
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    "npm run build" modifies index.html

    Is it expected that running "npm run build" modifies the original index.html in the top-level directory of the project to insert the main.js script? Further, is it expected that running that command...
  25. Looks like removing the --env.profile=desktop...

    Looks like removing the --env.profile=desktop option from the webpack command is the key. <fingers-crossed/>
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