It specifies the package to load.
~./ (such as "~./foo/whatever.js").
It is used with the
package attribute to specify whether the package should be loaded as part of the
zk package. If not specified, each package will be loaded separatedly. This speeds up the loading if we merge several packages into one.
Since ZK 6, it is allowed to specify the target package in the merge attribute. For example,
merge="true" is the same as
merge="zk", i.e., merged to the
zk package. Notice that the target package must be a preloaded package. In other words, it must be specified in another
ondemand attribute). In most cases, you shall use
zk for packages that can be cached at the client, and use
zul.lang for packages that shall not be cached, such as your own locale-dependent messages.
For more information, please refer to the Performance Tips section.
It is used to 'cancel' the package specified in another
|6.0.0||September 2011||The merge attribute could be specified with the package's name to merge to, such as |