[osflash] Using components in FAME development
carlos.rovira at gmail.com
Wed Nov 2 08:13:45 EST 2005
Nowadays,I recommend you to avoid using Flashout and use instead ASDT
SWFViewer and AS Logger. To automatize the compilation process I
recommend you to use an ANT script, in order to separate the build
process from the Eclipse IDE.
See this article as a possible guide:
Hope that helps.
2005/11/2, Justin Clarke <justin.clarke at dcinteract.com>:
> Hi there,
> I've got a problem that's surely been answered, but after searcing high
> and low I can't find the answer. I've been doing Flash dev using Eclipse
> etc and loving it, but now I've got to the stage in a project where I
> need a button component. I've added that to the library from within MM's
> IDE, and when I compile the first time in Eclipse it's fine - I use the
> -mx switch to avoid errors and everythings a-ok. But every compile after
> that the swf causes the "A script is running slowly..." message, and
> debug statements get outputted multiple times, as if there are multiple
> versions running at the same time within the swf. I actually have to go
> back into the MM IDE, recompile the original swf, and then I'm able to
> compile again in Eclipse (once, of course, before it starts tanking again).
> After reading up on this I thought the answer was to keep the source swf
> generated by MM IDE untouched, and use the -out option in MTASC to
> generate a new file. This works fine, except that within Eclipse the
> Flashout displays the source swf, not the -out putted swf. If anyone
> can point out the correct way to add components I would be very
> grateful, because I clearly haven't found the solution!
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