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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: Flex 5 in haxe
Date Fri, 16 Nov 2012 17:14:00 GMT
Hi Justin,

as someone with lots of apps and products written in current Flex, I would
want to continue with my products migration to new versions. But the
reality out there is that all ways points to a new rewrite. I'm sure there
are people here that wants maintain and evolutione the actual framework,

I, as others prefer a new child, so I would spend my time in that kind of

btw, I see that mostly my apps and products will end if Flex 4.x, but maybe
some day could be migrated to the new Flex 5.x . All depends on how good
that new framework came and if gets the necesary traction to mimic the
actual Flex 4.x. Only time will tell, in the mean while, I'll try to
upgrade to new Apache Flex official releases to stay up to the latest

2012/11/16 Justin Mclean <justin@classsoftware.com>

> Hi,
> > a new flex 5 from scratch concept would not be trying to be compatible
> backwards.
> So it's not Flex then but a new framework. I'm sure that would be fun, but
> how would that serve the current users of the Flex framework? Would there
> be a clear migration path?
> > If the task of write a new Flex is huge...
> So let don't and try and improved the one we do have, it's sounds a lot
> easier to do and more useful to me.
> Just my opinion, and you're free to do what you want on an Apache project,
> so don't let me stop you :-)
> Justin

Carlos Rovira
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