compiling flex to work with tamarin
Jasper St. Pierre
jstpierre at mecheye.net
Wed Jun 22 15:10:17 PDT 2011
On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 5:58 PM, snacktime <snacktime at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there a way to build the flex compiler so it can compile bytecode
> that the current tamarin can run? I tried replacing the asc source
> that comes with flex with the one that works with tamarin, but that
> didn't seem to work, although I could have done it wrong.
How didn't it work?
I downloaded the Flex SDK zipfile from the page:
java -jar lib/asc.jar -import ~/tamarin-redux/generated/builtin.abc ./foo.as
Works for me.
> I'm using flashbuilder with a builtin.swc and shell_toplevel.swc I
> created, and that all works I get ide completion and it compiles.
Tamarin is not the Flash Player and won't provide native versions of
the classes in shell_toplevel.swc
> But it won't run under tamarin.
> Using asc.jar to compile large projects
> is kind of a pain, if I could get a build of flex that works with
> tamarin I'd be a happy camper.
> Also, anyone know why flex 4+ creates swc's with a reference to
> Sprite? Personally I think the open source version of flex should at
> least have an option to turn that off.
SWCs contain a SWF. Tamarin cannot run SWFs.
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