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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: [DISCUSSION] Squiggly 1.1 release candidate 0
Date Wed, 22 Oct 2014 05:48:11 GMT
I went through the RC.  Checked in a bunch of spelling errors in SWC
names, README, RELEASE_NOTES.  IMO, it wouldn’t be right to release a
Spell Checker with spelling errors in the supporting documentation ;-).

Everything else (LICENSE, NOTICE, build, RAT) all looks fine so I would
likely vote to approve the next RC.

-Alex

On 10/21/14, 5:57 PM, "Chris Martin" <windowns@gmail.com> wrote:

>> That incorrect you should only have one of ApacheFlexSpellingUI.swc or
>ApacheFlexSpellingUIEx.swc, for spark controls you need
>ApacheFlexSpellingUIEx.swc. These swcs define the same classes so you can
>only use one at a time.
>
>Ahh good to know! Then i'd adjust my first suggested change to the README
>to make it clear that you can only target either mx or spark, so you can
>only use one of the two swcs at a time.
>
>Chris
>
>On Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 5:19 PM, Justin Mclean <justin@classsoftware.com>
>wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> > Per the README I also have ApacheSpellingUI.swc in my src folder.  Is
>> that right?
>>
>> That incorrect you should only have one of ApacheFlexSpellingUI.swc or
>> ApacheFlexSpellingUIEx.swc, for spark controls you need
>> ApacheFlexSpellingUIEx.swc. These swcs define the same classes so you
>>can
>> only use one at a time.
>>
>> > I did not find any references to ApacheSpellingFramework.swc or
>> ApacheFlexLinguisticUtils.swc in the README file.
>>
>> I believe ApacheFlexSpellingFramework.swc and
>>ApacheFlexSpellingEngine.swc
>> exist so that Squiggy can be used with both AS and Flex project, but we
>> would have to ask Adobe/original developers what their intent was. You
>> require both for Squiggly to work with Flex projects.
>> ApacheFlexLinguisticUtils.swc I think is optional and may be required if
>> you want to add your own custom dictionaries but again I'm not 100% sure
>> what Adobe's intent was.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Justin

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