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    Question "extjs.jsb3" in "svn/sdk/branches/ext-4.1.x" refer to non existing files

    Hello,

    I just checkout the current 4.1.x tree from svn and want to try to recreate the ext-all.js.
    In the "extjs.jsb3" file you refer to
    Code:
                    {
                        "path": "../platform/core/src/dom/",
                        "name": "AbstractElement-style.js"
                    },
    but in the given path there are only files with a dot ("AbstractElement.style.js") or underscore ("AbstractElement_style.js"), non with a hyphen. To which version of the "AbstractElement" files do I have to refer?

    Thanks and best regards,

    Tobias

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    Try to checkout later, that may be a leftover of some changes. It's a development tree so that's no guarantee that it will always work.
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    And what is the last non development tree?
    I made a lot of changes to the source files which I always had to add to the files I checked out.

    AND NO: I can't use overrides. I ask in the forum, but for my kind of changes it's not possible to use overrides!

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    Well, changing directly the source of a library is forking it in fact and I would never do it, unless I intentionally wanna fork, 'cause it bars my upgrades. Anyway, take your poison.

    You can download the latest stable release (4.1.3) from http://support.sencha.com
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    But downloading the "normal" extjs release don't include the platform directory and so I can't create the ext-all.js files with the build scripts.
    When do you think will the "extjs.jsb3" file be changed to check it out? Or from which svn revision is the "normal" release created?

    And I know that changing the sources is not recommended. But what should I do, if it is not other possible to apply the changes I need?

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    Right, jsb3 is not in the standard distribution.

    The best way to apply changes globally are overrides, for non-global changes just extend some core classes.
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    But for my needs it was not possible to use overrides or extends.

    Where can I find the information from which revision the ext-4.1.3 sources are created? So I can checkout this revision and hope that this revision is okay. Or is there a 4.1.3 branch in the svn which I can checkout?

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