[osflash] [Flasc] New version of FLASC
ncannasse at motion-twin.com
Sat Mar 18 08:55:39 EST 2006
> Ok, so, CP's are what I've said they where, right? A cp is just a path
> to where classes *might* be located that mtasc finds while compiling the
> classes. it's not recursive though from what I experienced.
Just to explain it right, -cp is a base/root path for classes. Classes
are always looked up in subdirectories depending on their packages.
Let's say you have -cp c:\code and -cp ../mylib/somecode.
When MTASC will look for a class named my.pack.MyClass, it will search :
So basicaly even if you use a lot of packages, you only need one -cp as
long as all the classes are sharing one single root directory.
> If I have classes/com/blitzagency/Main.as and it
> references/uses com.blitzagency.controls.GraphicButton.as
> it won't find it unless I have classes/com/blitzagency/controls
> listed as a possible cp
All you need then is one single -cp classes
So you're kind of right when saying that -cp is not recursive, since
it's just a path appended to the left when looking for an AS file.
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