[Papervision3D] Getting started
dinmore at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 15:04:50 PST 2008
There are plenty of IDEs you can use on a Mac/Linux without going to the
effort of porting Flashdevelop. Off the top of my head: there's Eclipse
(both) and XCode (Mac, which comes on the OSX DVD) which can be used with
Adobe's free Flex SDK, and Flex Builder (both, actually a customized release
of Eclipse). I can personally attest that Flex Builder or a properly set up
copy of Eclipse is a joy to code with on a decent machine if your libraries
aren't too big that the caching becomes annoying.
On 27/02/2008, lnoel <laurenperrine at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all. I just started to set up papervision, and to my shigrin I
> saw this ::Requirements: a Windows PC (FlashDevelop is currently
> unavailable for Mac and Linux as it is built on the .NET framework):::
> on 0. Flash Develop + Flex 2 SDK.
> Please tell me its not mac compatible...
> Any suggestions? I want to do this right...
> laurenperrine at gmail.com
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