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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: CS Extensions
Date Tue, 16 Apr 2013 16:26:37 GMT
Thanks for working on this.  I have some "process" tasks for you.

1) I just skimmed the commit email and noticed that the files need Apache

2) I think you mentioned that some of this code was originally written by
someone else?  I think we need an email from him in the mailing list
archives so we have an official "paper trail".  You could forward one from
him or he can write a new one.  We also need to determine what kinds of
licenses and copyright attributions are required for his work, if any.

On 4/16/13 7:33 AM, "Harbs" <harbs.lists@gmail.com> wrote:

> I just pushed an initial skeleton framework of the panel with some placeholder
> components there to give an idea what the different components look like. Some
> of the methods I used for styling is a bit hacky, but it worksÅ 
> All the code needed for styling in both a light and dark UI is there. There's
> also a NativeComboBox which I like to use instead of the normal ComboBox. You
> can see the difference in behavior if you run the extension.
> None of the UI layout or functionality implementation is done yet. When I find
> some time, I'll start with laying something out, unless someone else gets to
> it first.
> In terms of a UI, I'm thinking of populating a TextArea with the FXG XML that
> can be copied and pasted elsewhere or a direct export to file.
> Harbs
> On Apr 15, 2013, at 10:35 AM, Harbs wrote:
>> I'd like to start that project to export FXG from creative suite apps.
>> Some questions:
>> 1) Should I start this on a personal github account, or have we settled on
>> something else?
>> 2) CS Extensions have dependencies on a number of Adobe swcs. How do we
>> handle the project vis a vis Apache's policies and binaries? I don't think
>> those dependencies can be includedÅ 

Alex Harui
Flex SDK Team
Adobe Systems, Inc.

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