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Re: [Laszlo-dev] [Gnash-dev] YouTube video via OpenLaszlo

From: Henry Minsky
Subject: Re: [Laszlo-dev] [Gnash-dev] YouTube video via OpenLaszlo
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 13:00:51 -0500



  <import name="lib" href="" stage="late" />


  <view y="20" width="100" height="100" bgcolor="red"/>

The compiler will emit a file in build/main/view-library.lzx.swf
but note that it won't contain anything very interesting, just function calls to

You can put a <script> block in the library file, with code you want compiled. As of the latest nightly builds (if they have been building) of a week or so ago, you can use <script when="immediate"> which will pretty much compile your code into inline instructions, as opposed to a default <script> block which wraps the code in a function in order to ensure it executes in the correct lexical order with other views as the get constructed.

So you could make

  <script when="immediate">

var foo = 259;
function baz (a , b) { return a + b; }


On 2/14/07, Henry Minsky <address@hidden> wrote:
There are a couple of ways to get code compiled standalone.

One way would be to use the <import> tag, which will compile a library which is designed to be loaded at runtime using loadMovie. It can be used instead of <include>, I will send a code example in a minute.. it will compile a standalone swf for the library.

The library file will just contain a big script action block, and a callback at the end.

On 2/14/07, strk <address@hidden > wrote:
On Mon, Feb 12, 2007 at 08:30:41PM -0500, P T Withington wrote:
> Even the simplest app includes the entire LFC (Laszlo Foundation
> Classes), which is probably what you are seeing.

No way to omit them ?
Are sources available / can they be acted on for debugging ?


Henry Minsky
Software Architect

Henry Minsky
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