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Thread: Do not add dynamic requirement from detected lazy instantiation reference to widget

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  1. #1
    Sencha Premium Member
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    Nov 2012

    Default Do not add dynamic requirement from detected lazy instantiation reference to widget

    I am writing a custom compile command to split my js into multiple files. It's working great and it's based on my requires being strictly defined everywhere needed. My problem is that the compiler is parsing xtype: 'something' and adding these classes to the page set even if I don't require them.

    My custom router requires the js files containing these classes before creating the view with xtype: 'something'.

    Is there a config to disable this behavior? A workaround would be something like that in my controller:
    indexAction: function() {
       var unparsable = 'something';
       return {
          xtype: unparsable
    The compiler would not detect these as lazy instantiation reference to widget.something but I would prefer to just disable the behavior in the compiler and leave my controller actions as they are. Thanks.

  2. #2
    Sencha User
    Join Date
    Jul 2009


    I will open a Feature Request for this since it cannot currently be disabled.

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