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From Christofer Dutz <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject AW: Some Falcon problems with multiple source-paths.
Date Mon, 13 Oct 2014 06:10:02 GMT
Well I ran Flexmojos twice against the same project. Once with falcon and once with the old
compiler. Even with the old compiler there was only one source-path, but each ressource was
added using "include-file" declaration and it seemed that the old compiler was able to resolve
resources from the include-file declarations, and falcon doesn't.

The two paths are the "source-path" entry itself and the relative path directly used in the
Embed statement.


Von: Darrell Loverin <darrell.loverin@gmail.com>
Gesendet: Montag, 13. Oktober 2014 01:47
An: dev@flex.apache.org
Betreff: Re: Some Falcon problems with multiple source-paths.

The compiler should support multiple source paths. Each "-source-path"
option defines another source path. The compiler error messages seems to
say it searched two source paths for the asset. I think you want to add
your resource path to the source path.


On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 1:24 PM, Christofer Dutz <christofer.dutz@c-ware.de>

> Hi,
> As I posted two days ago, I have succeeded in getting Flexmojos to work
> with Falcon. Now while I'm still trying to get the Flexmojos Testsuite
> running again, I started some first tests with Flexmojos and Falcon where I
> simply let Falcon compile some of my applications that build fine with the
> old compiler and I just ran into a problem which I could need some input.
> In Maven you can have several sources (main-sources, main-resources,
> test-sources, test-resources for example). Now I have a project in which I
> have the Flex sourcecode in "src/main/flex" and the resources in
> "src/main/resources" - which is the default Maven pattern for separating
> sources and resources. Now when embedding an image, I am getting the
> following errors:
> Error: Could not find Embed source '/assets/images/checkboxmiddle.png'.
> Searched
> 'C:\Projects\3rdParty\Flexicious\flexicious-components\classic-data-grid\src\main\flex\com\flexicious\controls\assets\images\checkboxmiddle.png',
> 'assets/images/checkboxmiddle.png' on the source path
> Which is true, as the resources are not located in the source path but in
> the resource path.
> 'C:\Projects\3rdParty\Flexicious\flexicious-components\classic-data-grid\src\main\resources\assets\images\checkboxmiddle.png'
> would have worked.
> Having a look at the code to me it seems af if Falcon wouldn't support
> multiple source roots ... is that correct?
> Chris

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