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ExtJS for hurry.resource.

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This library provides a simple API to use ExtJS with hurry.resource.

Due to licenses conflicts, hurry.extjs can’t packages the sources of ExtJS. So you need to do it manually.

How to use?

Add hurry.zoperesource and hurry.extjs to your and run ./bin/buildout:


Download ExtJS and place it in your project. Next step, it’s to publish the sources of ExtJS as a resource directory. Using Grok, you should have something like this in your configure.zcml

<configure xmlns=""

  <include package="grok" />
  <includeDependencies package="." />
  <grok:grok package="." />

  <include package="hurry.zoperesource" />

      directory="ext-2.2.1" />


hurry.extjs will look for the resourceDirectory named extjs, so it’s important that you use the same name in the resourceDirectory statement.

Now, you can import extjs like this:

from hurry.extjs import extjs_all, extjs_css

And then to trigger inclusion in the web page, anywhere within your page or widget rendering code, do this:



  • Santiago Videla


2.2.1 (2009-05-04) (ExtJS version: 2.2.1)

  • Initial public release.


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