[osflash] Are the MM Remoting Clases Open Source?
mheimann at tiscali.ch
Mon May 30 15:14:09 PDT 2005
yes i rewrote the remoting classes, but perhaps they need some testing?
but if you want i can link them on the wiki.
right now, they have no support with data bindings and and the record
set has no order possibillity.
but they are small and have a Debugger that traces the stuff to
flashout. and they have a timeout function.
Rostislav Hristov wrote:
> I think there're free Remoting classes provided with AMFPHP and
> there's a growing number of v2 replacements.
> We need a Player :)
> I think that Nicolas can slow down the MTASC development until the
> next Flash release. He has a great idea for a new an opensource VM and
> this is something that I want to hear more about.
> On 5/31/05, Scott Hyndman <Scott at affsys.com> wrote:
>>Well it's really not THAT big a deal...someone just has to re-write them, open-source style. :)
>>From: osflash-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:osflash-bounces at osflash.org] On Behalf Of Carlos Rovira
>>Sent: Monday, May 30, 2005 4:54 PM
>>To: Johan Lopes <johan.lopes at gmail.com>,Open Source Flash Mailing List
>>Subject: Re: Re: [osflash] Are the MM Remoting Clases Open Source?
>>Well, I don't know what other people thinks about this, but it could be a serious problem for OS Flash projects.
>>Some people use MTASC simply to check their syntax and gain speed while using MM classes or components with the -mx hack, but I think that we are seriously talking about OS Flash development and If we use MM classes (v2 framework or Remoting)...I think that's not the way we should go, isn't it?
>>Please, what most people are using right now to do remoting tasks?
>>----------------------------- Carlos Rovira -- www.carlosrovira.com ------------------------------
>>>De:: Johan Lopes <johan.lopes at gmail.com>
>>>Para: Open Source Flash Mailing List <osflash at osflash.org>
>>>Asunto:: Re: [osflash] Are the MM Remoting Clases Open Source?
>>>BCC: Mon, 30 May 2005 17:33:00 +0100
>>>Yeah, most developers seem to fix these "anomalies" as they go along
>>>while MTASC-ing. <-- jesus, is there such a word? Personally, I
>>>haven't used the Remoting classes with MTASC yet. I've had some issues
>>>with Forms and Screens though.
>>>In regards to the EULA for Flash Remoting classes. I think one can
>>>safely say that they are covered by one.
>>>I doubt that it's OK to re-distribute them with your open-source
>>>projects. I guess, if you own a Flash IDE license you can get away
>>>with distributing them with your RIA apps same way you do with V2
>>>components , but I'm not sure if MM makes a distinction between that
>>>and MTASC/open-source compiled projects.
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