[osflash] Am I overlooking any crucial tools?
izakmarais at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 6 04:52:45 PDT 2008
@ martin: So you got ASDT working with ecplipse on ubuntu? Perhaps I should have a bash at this again... how good is the AS code completion? (This is the aspect that I am most missing in scite). Does it work with AS3 or only with AS2? The tutorials seem to be AS2 focused...
@ Ian: thanks for clearing that up. So apart from flex 3 SDK compiler, there are no other As3 compilers out there? In that case I hope the installation of flex 3 SDK on ubuntu 64bit works without major problems...
----- Original Message ----
From: Martin Wood-Mitrovski <flashdev at relivethefuture.com>
To: Open Source Flash Mailing List <osflash at osflash.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 6, 2008 11:52:46 AM
Subject: Re: [osflash] Am I overlooking any crucial tools?
moving the topic slightly to the side, I noticed some of you said you are using
make, I was wondering what other build tools people use (and why) ?
These days I use rake for my build and deployment
I actually just use the eclipse / ASDT automatic build during development but
when I deploy to a server (using rsync over ssh) the build script re-compiles
the swfs with the '-trace no' option.
What I like about rake is although it has a nice DSL for tasks and related
activities any time i need to do something slightly more involved you can just
write some code.
btw, I use Ubuntu 8.04, Eclipse 3.4 and ASDT.
The startup time of Eclipse doesnt bother me because I only open it once a day,
and for me the real win with Eclipse is the combination of SVN, Trac and Mylyn.
I also write code in PHP, Python, Ruby and Java so having it all in the same
editor makes my life a lot easier.
izak marais wrote:
> @Darren: Once again thanks for the info. Also the makefile on your blog
> looks useful. Which version of ubuntu are you using?
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