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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Who's a flex compiler-configuration pro on this list?
Date Sun, 25 Nov 2012 06:32:46 GMT

On 11/24/12 9:28 PM, "Frédéric THOMAS" <webdoublefx@hotmail.com> wrote:

> The mavenizer replace at the moment the lack of public repositories, even if
> it's good enough for individuals and small companies, it is not for big
> ones.
The main issue with Adobe making its stuff Maven friendly is legal.  There
is stuff in the AIR SDK that Adobe doesn't want to put in the "open" world.
It appears from my reading that plenty of other Maven apps are built with
closed source code via "mavenizers" that copy downloaded assets into local
repos.  Why is this not ok for big companies?
> If Adobe and Apache decide to finaly host and deploy these frameworks in a
> maven repository, they will have to mavenized them and the mavenizer is THE
> TOOL for.
Christopher Dutz gave me the impression that all Adobe would have to do is
place a pom.xml alongside each playerglobal.swc.  Is there more to it?

>> So, with my limited understanding of Maven, the goal was to have Apache
>> Flex
> releases have a pom.xml and live in the Apache Maven repo, and have Adobe
> playerglobal.swc and airglobal.swc (and maybe more) on the Adobe download
> server
> Yes, you're right, it's just that for Air, the entire sdk is needed.
I'm confused where you said in the other response that adt.jar has
everything you need, but here you say the entire AIR SDK is needed.

Alex Harui
Flex SDK Team
Adobe Systems, Inc.

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