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Re: [Gnash] Writing Gnash-friendly flash applications (was: Gnas buildin
Re: [Gnash] Writing Gnash-friendly flash applications (was: Gnas building and running succesfull on amd64)
Fri, 16 Nov 2007 13:01:09 +0100
On Fri, Nov 16, 2007 at 12:36:51PM +0100, strk wrote:
> Both Ming, swfc and swfmill are able to generate every (virtually) tag of an
> while MTASC can only generate the ActionScript bytecode.
> Ming, swfc and MTASC contain an ActionScript compiler while with swfmill you
> to use ASM-like syntax. Another asm-only tool is flasm (flasm.sf.net), which
> don't have a testing framework for (yet).
> Ming additionally supports asm-like syntax.
> Swfc uses Ming action compiler internally.
An integration to the above:
At time of writing MTASC supports AS3 syntax (classes) while Ming
(and thus swfc) doesn't. It's currently being worked on.