[swfmill] Can I get a System.security.allowDomain("..."); in a swfmill created swf
Lynn_Walton at adp.com
Thu Jun 5 12:27:09 PDT 2008
I currently create a swf from an existing swf and some assets by doing
1) create a movie xml file that contains the assets to import and
the existing swf .. placing it in frame one of the swf that gets created
The movie.xml looks something like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<movie version="8" width="550" height="400" framerate="30">
<clip id="logo_mc" import="library/logo.swf" />
<clip id="template" import="some.swf" />
2) Then I create a new swf by doing: swfmill simple movie.xml new.swf
Now I'm being asked by some flash designers if I can make it so the
new.swf file has System.security.allowDomain("whatever") in it.
Is this possible with just using swfmill and not having to go to using
mtasc or haXe?
I'd prefer not to have to go to using mtasc or haXe just to make this
happen since just swfmill is meeting our need so far.
If it's possible to achieve it by taking the new.swf and running swfmill
swf2xml to make xml and then altering the xml and turning it back into a
swf again, I could do that. But I'm not sure what I'd add or where?
Can anyone help with this? Thanks!
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