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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: AW: Some Falcon problems with multiple source-paths.
Date Mon, 13 Oct 2014 05:31:07 GMT
On 10/12/14, 12:55 PM, "Christofer Dutz" <christofer.dutz@c-ware.de> wrote:

>Hi,
>
>well I did a little bit of investigation. It seems the default compiler
>also had only one source directory.
>But I noticed that Flexmojos passed in the static resources as
>"include-file" argument. Could it be possible that Falcon doesn't look in
>this list when encoding resuources?
The SDK’s framework.swc has more than one include-file.  One of the Falcon
feature tests create the framework.swc.  You can see if both files got In
the SWC when falcon builds it.


>
>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\s
>rc\main\flex\com\flexicious\controls\assets\images\checkboxmiddle.png',
>'assets/images/checkboxmiddle.png' on the source path
It may be that MXMLC has different logic for when the source for an embed
starts with a slash.  Folks have been able to using leading slashes in
Flash Builder that then fail from ant.

-Alex

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