On samedi 19 décembre 2009, Peter De Berdt wrote:

> I highly doubt it, ExtJS components inherit in a different way. It  
> does mean you can just continue using Prototype for everything else  
> (not ExtJS related) and don't have to load an extra framework on top  
> of Prototype if you're already using it. Extending ExtJS components is  
> very similar to Prototype's anyway, except for the Ext instead of  
> Class as the keyword
>  (http://www.extjs.com/learn/Manual:Component:Extending_Ext_Components )

Ok, I see. Thanks.

-- 
    Frédéric

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