Rich Ajax Platform project repository (rap)
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Latest commit e15b734 Nov 29, 2016 @ifurnadjiev ifurnadjiev Fix columns not shown in DropDown
This regression has been introduced with commit

GridRow renders column cell labels only if their width is greater than
0. To compute the cellWidth a valid cellOrder config property is needed.
DropDown manually creates the grid config cellOrder property in
DropDown#setColumns function, but it is overrided in Grid#_updateColumns
when Grid#flushWidgetQueue is called.

Replace Grid#setColumnOrder function with empty implementation in
DropDown#setColumns to protect the manually created grid config
cellOrder property.

508049: [AutoSuggest] No columns shown in AutoSuggest with

Change-Id: Ie1e98f0f62f1c5e50f8bb6a1f902dbe7ed13d332
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bundles Fix columns not shown in DropDown Nov 29, 2016
features Update build configuration for RAP Runtime 3.2.0 M3 (Oxygen M3) Nov 2, 2016
releng Update build configuration for RAP Runtime 3.2.0 M3 (Oxygen M3) Nov 2, 2016
tests Fix columns not shown in DropDown Nov 29, 2016
Gruntfile.js Fix jshint warnings and add Gruntfile for jshint-checks Aug 20, 2014 Remove '.mars' from target repository name Jul 13, 2015

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