[osflash] MTASC 1.11 Stable Released
nz at powerflasher.de
Tue Nov 29 10:33:44 EST 2005
I'm playing around with the typed arrays - thanks for this great feature!
Somehow I cannot construct such an array although you are writing:
"Please be also careful when initializing your Array since you can still use any Array to initialize it".
var list : /*Number*/ Array = new Array();
var list : /*Number*/ Array = ;
var list : /*Number*/ Array = list2;
Result in all cases; [...]characters 30-X : type error Array should be #Number.Array
And I think it's a little pity that you have to write the type full qualified...
var list : /*Clazz*/ Array; <- does not work
var list : /*a.Clazz*/ Array;
Can you help?
Von: osflash-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:osflash-bounces at osflash.org] Im Auftrag von Nicolas Cannasse
Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. November 2005 12:38
An: mtasc at lists.motion-twin.com; osflash at osflash.org
Betreff: [osflash] MTASC 1.11 Stable Released
I'm happy to announce the release of MTASC 1.11 "Stable" on
Several small fixes have been made since 1.10, and a new feature
"strictly typed array" have been added. See the CHANGES.txt for an
exhaustive list of changes.
MTASC can now be considered "Stable". It doesn't mean that it was
"unstable" before, but it means that it has reached a point where it
does its job pretty well so there is not so much room for improvements
I will now concentrate my development efforts on MTASC successor haXe
(http://haxe.org for people that don't know about it yet). I will
continue to fix bugs in MTASC if some are found but the speed of the
releases should decrease from now.
And don't worry about some people stating MTASC as being "dead". It's
alive, it's working great, and it's probably the best AS2 compiler around ;)
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