need a custom ASC.JAR for tamarin-redux ?

Lars Hansen lhansen at adobe.com
Wed Mar 2 04:26:57 PST 2011


Usually this means you need a new version of ASC.  --lars

From: Sam Wu <elimsam at gmail.com<mailto:elimsam at gmail.com>>
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2011 17:14:20 -0800
To: zwetan <zwetan at gmail.com<mailto:zwetan at gmail.com>>
Cc: "tamarin-devel at mozilla.org<mailto:tamarin-devel at mozilla.org>" <tamarin-devel at mozilla.org<mailto:tamarin-devel at mozilla.org>>
Subject: Re: need a custom ASC.JAR for tamarin-redux ?

Hi all,

I am wondering has this issue been fixed? I updated the source recently (have done so for 3 months) and get a similar error when running builtin.py, only the unrecognized version become 676. I tried to look for api-versions.java, and it was removed from the source in changeset ec74cd1cba8a. Is there a new way to run the script or am I missing something?

Thanks
Sam

On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 9:59 PM, zwetan <zwetan at gmail.com<mailto:zwetan at gmail.com>> wrote:
humm there is also another problem with builtin

-----
$ ./builtin.py builtin.as<http://builtin.as>
ASC=../utils/asc.jar
Building builtins...
internal error: unrecognized version '675' in API metadata
  /work/buRRRn/products/RedTamarin/redtamarin/src/tamarin/core/builtin.as<http://builtin.as>,
Ln 1, Col 1:
  /* -*- c-basic-offset: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; tab-width: 4 -*- */
  ^

internal error: unrecognized version '675' in API metadata
  /work/buRRRn/products/RedTamarin/redtamarin/src/tamarin/core/builtin.as<http://builtin.as>,
Ln 1, Col 1:
  /* -*- c-basic-offset: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; tab-width: 4 -*- */
  ^

Files: 9 Time: 1503ms
Generating native thunks...
Done.

-----

strange because api-version.as<http://api-version.as> does define
CONFIG const AIR_SYS = 675;

zwetan
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