[Red5] Flex2 debugging on Linux?
jwamicha at gmail.com
Fri Feb 9 00:20:39 EST 2007
Yes, i guess its a beta aswell ? The mac version is slow to the buggery
well i think its just java on osx its crap, but the debug console is
Thanks alot for the pointer! I will try and get the xray debugger
working on my machine!
>Check out the source code for the swiffs in the red5 they use an xray
debugging framework, which is just too bloaty i think to have in a
release version because flex is bloaty enough in size and the flex
logging framework is sufficient. Why isnt anything going to console
If you are a "paid" flex customer heh they should be able to give you
support, but id like to comment on adobe, they have terrible sales and
support assistance which is one of the reasons we chose Red5 + we use
and support open source, obviouslly coz im being paid to report bugs +
We met some arrogance when looking at purchasing FMS licenses because
they expect you to buy their Edge Systems (Please we'd love something
like this in Red5) and support for flex is quite minimal especially when
you try to tell them of bugs/qwuirks.
joseph wamicha wrote:
*>* Currently, all machines that I am working with are installed with Linux.
*>* This however has been very challenging, when it comes to debugging flex2
*>* applications (flash debugging doesn't seem to be working). I normally
*>* to guess many times about what's happening underneath; a debugger
*>* would help
*>* Does anyone know how to effectively debug flex applications on Linux? I
*>* would be very grateful for any help on this, thanks.*
C is forever.
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