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Thread: [4.1] Differences between ext-core.js and ext-foundation.js in /build

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    Default [4.1] Differences between ext-core.js and ext-foundation.js in /build

    I basically just need the Ext.onReady() fn and basic dom manipulation (searching, selecting, writing, etc.)

    I want to include the smallest file possible. Which of those two would you suggest I use?

    Thanks in advance, guys!

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    Wouldn't be enough to include ext-core.js?
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    That's what I'm asking you guys

    I'll give just ext-core a shot and hopefully it includes everything I need!

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    The best way to find out exactly which files source files are included in which final Ext file is to take a look at build/sdk.jsb3. There you can search for "Foundation" and/or "Core" to see which suits your needs better.
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