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From Michael Schmalle <teotigraphix...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [FlexJS] IntelliJ Integration
Date Wed, 20 May 2015 12:14:37 GMT
My empathy, haha. :) Seriously any help you give means a lot to the project
right now.

You and I have similar use cases and targets, mobile. SO I hope you stay on
board long enough for me to get to a point I can really start testing
mobile impls with UI components and Cordova compiling on a more complex

I have some apps that could use native hooks on Android in Cordova that I
am currently developing in Feathers, so that is my use case right now.

I am full of empathy, anytime you want some, just ask. :)


On Wed, May 20, 2015 at 7:41 AM, kevin.godell <kevin.godell@gmail.com>

> TeotiGraphix wrote
> > Kevin, BTW I DID read your answer of why you are testing FlexJS and I
> > think
> > that is great, your story sounds a lot like mine over the past years.
> >
> > Just didn't want to think your reply went unanswered. :)
> >
> > So what you have found out here, what does it mean? You can use FlexJS
> > with
> > the FDB that comes with FlexJS SDK?
> >
> > Mike
> Thanks for your empathy, Mike. I had thought that I got too mushy and
> everybody walked away saying ewwwww. Ha.
> And yes, if copying the 3 files mentioned from a flex sdk to the flexJS sdk
> and updating the version number before adding it to IJ as an sdk, IJ will
> use the flexJS sdk debugger without trying to apply its patch. So, in the
> debugger settings, I can set it to use the flexJS sdk and it debugs as it
> should.
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