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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: Flex Framework rsl's
Date Thu, 05 Jan 2012 10:38:25 GMT
This arise the problem that the runtimes are still in Adobe's hands,
something that Apache seems to not take care right now (thanks to god). If
Flash Player was in Apache hands, this problem would not be a problem,
since Apache will sign the RSLs.

Meanwhile, we could ask Adobe to allow Apache signed RSLs.

It's clear that we need SWZs and is a featured that could not be lost...

2012/1/5 flex@rduartes.net <flex@rduartes.net>

> I have mixed feeling about this.
> On one hand, there is definitely a point for improving the framework's
> modularity and split it in several normal rsl, but from my experience,
> several of the users of applications I've built, especially in the
> corporate/healthcare area, like to clean browser cache at the end of the
> day in an effort to eliminate any history that would reveal where they've
> been in the interewebs. I know this sound stupid, but it happens, so having
> the framework protected in a different cache system would make sense.
> You could argue that in a medium to large application, the framework
> should be that much of a burden to be downloaded with the rest of the
> application's infrastructure, but there is definitely a use case for a
> protected framework cache.
> I agree with Roland in respect to the fact that Adobe will not easily sign
> a framework they're not fully in control. I wish we and they could find
> some sort of workaround for this, but it looks bleak, at best.
> As I said, mixed feelings. I guess I'll be happy with whichever result
> comes out of this, but if there is no workaround for the secure rsl for the
> framework, I think someone should concentrate on that modularity stuff.
> Regards,
> Rui
> -------- Original Message --------
> > From: "João Fernandes" <joaopedromartinsfernandes@gmail.com>
> > Sent: quinta-feira, 5 de Janeiro de 2012 10:15
> > To: flex-dev@incubator.apache.org
> > Subject: Re: Flex Framework rsl's
> >
> > I could live without signed RSLs and just use plain swf RSLs. Of course
> > there is a nice benefit having them on FP cache but is it a crucial
> > feature? Couldn't the SDK somehow be enhanced so we wouldn't even need it
> > anymore?
> >
> > João Fernandes

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