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README.md

Sencha Cmd Plus

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An experiment to run the right sencha cmd version based on the current ./.sencha/{app|workspace|package}/sencha.cfg file

This is just a wrapper for sencha so you can use it transparently, just change sencha by cmd-plus and boom!

Install

Just install cmd-plus as a global module:

$ sudo npm install -g cmd-plus

You need to have the same cmd version installed (in this version in the default installation folder).

Usage

list

You can check your installed versions with:

$ cmd-plus list
4.0.0.161
4.0.3.74
4.0.4.84
5.0.0.114
5.0.0.160
5.0.1.231
5.0.2.274
5.0.3.324

use [version] {sencha cmd options}

This will generate a new app using cmd version 4.0.4.84

$ cmd-plus use 4.0.4.84 -sdk ../touch-2.4.0 generate app MyApp MyApp

version

Returns the current cmd-plus version

$ cmd-plus version
cmd-plus v1.0.0

sencha

Running any other sencha cmd command is transparent:

$ cmd-plus which

This will execute the current installed sencha which command. But, if you are under a sencha touch / extjs root app folder it will read the ./.sencha/app/sencha.cfg file and use the cmd version from it. If it is not installed it will default to the latest version.