[osflash] Poll: Who uses what?
info at bokelberg.de
Mon Oct 24 02:06:58 PDT 2005
No, i don't think i'm able to do that. What i did with hamtasc is just
hacking against a working codebase. Building such a thing from ground
up, is an entire different story. Also, if i really wanted to implement
some language, it would be Lisp. ;)
I'm really looking forward to Nicolas' approach. Nicolas new system of
translating to Neko frees the community from slavishly following the
development of ActionScript. It enables us to test our own languages or
even to implement AS3 on it, if you really need it. That's real choice,
the promise of open source, as far as i understand.
Carlos Rovira wrote:
> I don't want to say that you *MUST* to get the torch :)
> 2005/10/24, Carlos Rovira <carlos.rovira at gmail.com>:
>>I'm not following the entire disscusion in this thread, but I must to
>>point that If MTASC don't go the AS3 way...I'm afraid that almost the
>>rest of OS Flash Proyects are certainly dead.
>>ASDT > Enterprises will choose to pay the Flex Builder 2 license.
>>ActionStep - ASWing > Will be a toys compared with Flex 2 Framework based on AS3
>>I'll remember the "AS1 to AS2" change, and too much people say that
>>they didn't want to move to AS2. Sure that a lot of those people now
>>is coding in AS2.
>>Now the change is even more necesary, and we can't rely in MTASC if
>>there's no AS3 update plans.
>>I think that you are the only public man with your skills and HAMTASC
>>capable of create an MTASC-AS3.
>>2005/10/24, Ralf Bokelberg <info at bokelberg.de>:
>>>To base dicussions like "The future of MTASC" on facts instead of
>>>uncertainty, it would be nice to know, how many people are actually
>>>using it. A lot of other questions come into my mind too. For example,
>>>how many people are still using AS1? As far as i can see from the posts
>>>at the german flashforum, this rate still is about 97 percent.
>>>I wonder, if the osflash wiki gives us the possibility to built such a poll?
>>>osflash mailing list
>>>osflash at osflash.org
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