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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: [4.14] testing is easy!
Date Mon, 15 Dec 2014 22:15:13 GMT

On 12/15/14, 12:19 PM, "Justin Mclean" <justin@classsoftware.com> wrote:
>- Remoting Support has been removed from license check list. I assume
>this was intentional as BlazeDS will now be baked in? (but isn't yet)

Yes it is intentional for 4.14 to not have a “Remoting Support” option,
but I think you may have forgotten what that option does.  The Apache Flex
SDK Installer has never installed BlazeDS.  All it does is install one of
the BlazeDS jars so that MXMLC can parse services-config.xml for folks
using it for BlazeDS and other “remoting” products.

In 4.14, that one jar (flex-messaging-common.jar) is already baked in.  At
least, I see it in my install.  There are still no plans to install all of
BlazeDS at this time.

>- Once the SDK has been installed (on OSX) and looking in the bin
>directory adl.bat and adt.bat are missing. All other files have .bat
>files as well. While not a normally an issue it does mean that the SDK
>once installed isn't portable across OSs.

This is not new to 4.14.  AFAICT, adl.bat and adt.bat are not in the AIR
SDK for Mac.  I believe some other files are missing as well.  I would not
want to make folks download both Mac and Win SDKs just to get these few


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