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From Markus Gritsch <markus_grit...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: [Installer] Try the new installer
Date Wed, 29 Jan 2014 08:50:52 GMT
The installer was working as expected - Flex-SDK, Flex-JS! Of course there is the certificate
problem, so you have to uninstall the previous installer first. The installation of Falcon
and FalconJX - both nightly, requiring FLEX_HOME variable set. I`m on a mac here. Before the
installation I checked FLEX_HOME - defined in .profile. Well this means the variable is just
available for the console, not for GUI based Apps. I tried to fix this by setting the variable
globally in /etc/launchd. Now launchctl shows this global variable, too - but the installation
process gets aborted all the time.
In my opinion the installation process has to detect the environment variables in a different
way! You can not expect that a user knows the difference between local and global environment
varable definitions. At least I have not used them before, because there was no need for.

On Jan 29, 2014, at 3:33 AM, Nicholas Kwiatkowski <nicholas@spoon.as> wrote:

> Alex,
> Which version of AIR did you target for that installer?  I'm getting a few
> errors trying to run it under Windows and I'd like to track it down.
> -Nick
> On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 6:35 PM, Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:
>> Last week I posted a pre-release build of the new Apache Flex Installer to
>> http://people.apache.org/~aharui/Installer/
>> Yesterday, I checked in an install script for the main Flex SDK.  The
>> Jenkins build has finished creating a new nightly build, so if you now run
>> this installer and choose Flex SDK Nightly, it should use the new script
>> to install the SDK.  Please try it and let me know if you run into issues.
>> For Linux users, the nightly build now contains the install script, so
>> instead of having to download AIR and install the installer, you should
>> now be able to download the nightly build from [1], uncompress it, and run
>> ant -f installer.xml and it should run the script that asks about licenses
>> (in a command-line format) and download and install the dependencies.
>> This, of course, assumes you have Ant installed.  Let me know if there are
>> issues with using Ant.  It worked for me on my Mac.
>> Next up for the installer is replacing RuntimeLocale.as with separate
>> properties files, and creating properties files for different locales in
>> the installer.properties folders in the flex-sdk and flex-asjs folders.  I
>> should be able to get most of the way there by copying strings from
>> RuntimeLocale.as, but it would be great to get native speakers to help out.
>> Thanks,
>> -Alex
>> [1]
>> https://builds.apache.org/job/flex-sdk_release/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact
>> /out/

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