[osflash] FAMES Newbie
ffsanchez at gmail.com
Sun Apr 30 18:57:27 EDT 2006
Thanks for all Chris.
I've been searching for repeat references to that class but I can't find
Recently, I overwrite fisically that class file with the new version. After
that, I refreshed eclipse project.
Maybe any system cache in eclipse?
I'm a bit lost.
On 4/30/06, Chris Allen <mrchrisallen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Felipe,
> The only thing that I can think of is that you have two classes with
> the same name and package and MTASC is reading the one that doesn't
> have the register() method in it. Check to see that you don't have
> multiple class paths going on, or that you have added this class to
> the global Macromedia classpath. Another note, you don't need to
> explicitly put Void in your method if it doesn't take arguments, like
> with "register(Void)", "register()" should be sufficient.
> Good luck,
> On 4/30/06, Felipe Fernandez <ffsanchez at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > This is my first post in this list. I'm new in FAMES word and I'm in
> > trouble with enviroment.
> > Now, I have eclipse, asdt, mtasc, flashout and as2ant. I compiled
> > a simple project but I found some troubles compiling my project.
> Besides, I
> > applied mx v2 components patch, compiling without -mx mtasc option.
> > Compiling error is quit rare and I don´t know what's wrong. This is the
> > error:
> > type error myproject.common.util.MDSVUtil have no field register
> > That error happens in line:
> > utildg.register();
> > where I'm calling register function in MDSVUtil. Yes, register is a
> > not a field:
> > public function register(Void) :Void
> > what's wrong with this?
> > I'm using AS2Ant in order to compile.
> > Maybe a refresh problem? MDSVUtil class was modified recently.
> > Thanks and regards.
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