matthias at dittgen.org
Sat Aug 26 07:09:48 EDT 2006
I probably can't, too. But beside that: ASDT is/was open source,
right? Where are the sources available? I usually used the update page
link to install, which is not so good, because if the side will be
down in some time, I can't re-install it.
I am still using ASDT to code. But it always need to co-exist with
Flashout. The features of both should be available to the successor of
ASDT, if there'll be one.
Another big disadvantage is the lack of the refactor-feature, which I
am used from the Java Perspective.
I really hope, there'll be another Actionscript Plugin for Eclipse or
a successor of ASDT (with support for AS3, of course).
2006/8/26, erixtekila <erixtekila at gmail.com>:
> > wonder what this list has to say about these two quotes from the
> > asdt-list...
> > in case someone missed it. wondering whether all of you switched to
> > flash-
> > develop, haxe or flexbuilder...
> We are spoking of IDEs.
> FlashDevelop is the only IDE that can *deal* with haXe syntax.
> Unfortunatly, it is windows only.
> > would love to see an asdt-revival (maybe with as3-support) but at the
> > moment asdt seems to be dead. :'(
> ASDT was a real cross-platform IDE initiative.
> I assume that HXDT (which seems to have forked ASDT) is also a dead
> I tend to like Eclipse a lot and non-windows OSes.
> I hope a team could revive this (theses) project(s).
> I, personnally, can't.
> But it has great perspective for who can.
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