Is it possible to use the LibCompiler with the scheduler?
Would it be possible to use it to combine the extension files with the main file and end up with only one js file?
I also have some non-dhtmlx js files being required - is there any way to combine those with the scheduler by using the LibCompiler?
There is no way to add external js files to lib-compiler.
If you have dhtmlx.js and dhtmlxscheduler.js - both of them is already compressed so you can just combine them in one file (add content of one to the end of another ), which can be done in text editor or by simple script.
Hi Stanislav, you didn’t answer one part of my question.
“Would it be possible to use it to combine the extension files with the main file and end up with only one js file?”
I know that you mentioned adding compressed files together, so I’m that I could add the compressed extensions to the main scheduler.js
Is there any way to make minor modifications to the source of one of the extensions, and then use the Lib Compiler to recreate the compressed version of the extension?
If this isn’t possible, can you suggest a suitable compression utility that could be used instead?
libCompiler is configured to work with dhtmlxSuite, while it can be reconfigured to work with dhtmlxScheduler it is not the best idea, as there are many other tools around.
Both tools are good for minification, and will not cause problems with dhtmlxscheduler files.
( In case of Google Closure Compiler - be sure to use SIMPLE_OPTIMIZATIONS mode )