[osflash] AS3 in linux Was: AS3 & our future
dan.shryock at gmail.com
Mon Apr 24 14:35:29 EDT 2006
Yes it will, it does require a Java Virtual Machine to run though. I have
only tried using the 1.5 jdk, but it works fine using the scripts that came
with the Adobe Flex 2 Beta SDK.
On 4/24/06, stuff at trackingsolutions.ca <stuff at trackingsolutions.ca> wrote:
> Will the Adobe AS3 compiler run under linux?
> On Monday 24 April 2006 07:41 am, Darron J. Schall wrote:
> > theNinjaBunny SuperHero wrote:
> > > Hi, Flash 9 (better known as Flash 8.5) was announced. I'm wondering
> > > on how we could compile AS3 with and open source/free environment like
> > > MTASC.
> > The MXMLC compiler (the Flex 2 / ActionScript 3 compiler from Adobe)
> > will be *free*. It's not open-source, but you can keep the same style
> > workflow with the Flex 2 SDK that is available on labs. Even after Flex
> > 2 comes out of beta, the compiler will still be freely available.
> > http://weblogs.macromedia.com/mesh/archives/2006/03/flex_is_free.cfm
> > http://weblogs.macromedia.com/mesh/archives/2006/03/free_flex_link.cfm
> > -d
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