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Re: [Gnash-dev] What compiler to use for SWFv9 test cases?

From: Benjamin Wolsey
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] What compiler to use for SWFv9 test cases?
Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2008 12:05:09 +0200

>   One would be to use the Flex mxmlc compiler from Adobe.  The
> advantage of mxmlc is that I would not need to modify the current
> actionscript files in order to compile them.  

> The other option would be to use the Haxe
> complier, which is already used for the only SWFv9 testcase.  The
> disadvantage of this is that I would need to write a script to convert
> the current actionscript files into Haxe's language before compiling
> them.

I never managed to compile Flex, and a complete checkout of their
repository is enormous and contains non-free binary components. If
someone can provide a simple way to get round those three problems it's
a possibility for me.

I've had no problems with haxe so far and it appears to work, so I'm
definitely happy with that option.


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