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From Frédéric THOMAS <webdoubl...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: [FalconJX FlexJS] JQuery up and running, a nightmare but we now have 1.9 in AS
Date Tue, 30 Jun 2015 13:05:13 GMT
> OK, maybe I didn’t understand you earlier, but yes, the above is what I
> see in the output.

Yes, it was a conversation about private, protected members, maybe that's why.

> The release version of my test app does get called and executed by the
> browser. Maybe post the html that was generated?

the AS3:
https://paste.apache.org/6gCj

The Debug HTML:
https://paste.apache.org/1MwN

The Debug JS:
https://paste.apache.org/7QgT

The Release HTML:
https://paste.apache.org/j903

The Release JS:
https://paste.apache.org/jdJR

Frédéric THOMAS


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> From: aharui@adobe.com
> To: dev@flex.apache.org
> Subject: Re: [FalconJX FlexJS] JQuery up and running, a nightmare but we now have 1.9
in AS
> Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2015 05:30:16 +0000
>
>
>
> On 6/29/15, 1:17 PM, "Frédéric THOMAS" <webdoublefx@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>>>>Now, if I run the index.html from js-release in the browser, I got
>>>>"Uncaught ReferenceError: Main is not defined" whatever start() is
>>>>public
>>>>or not.
>>>
>>> I will take a look. Interestingly, I cannot duplicate the constructor
>>> containing the private function body, so I don’t know why you are
>>>getting
>>> different results than me.
>>
>>The constructor does contain a private function body here, but a public
>>function:
>>
>>>> private function start():void {
>>>> HtmlContainer.load([JQUERY_SCRIPT], run);
>>>> }
>>
>>is translated to:
>>
>>/**
>> * @private
>> */
>>Main.prototype.start = function() {
>> HtmlContainer.load([Main.JQUERY_SCRIPT], Main.run);
>>};
>
> OK, maybe I didn’t understand you earlier, but yes, the above is what I
> see in the output.
>
>>
>>and there's is no compile time check for start() called from the html
>>script because
>>this one is not compiled by jscomp.
>>
>>I was thinking and hoping we had some runtime enforcements but realized
>>we have none,
>>the opposite could have make me love more JS whenever I had to debug a
>>FLEXJS output
>>type only application.
>
> Well, IMO, in most cases you won’t need runtime enforcement because, other
> than this particular entry point, all other code paths should get checked
> by the compiler. If you want to add a specific check for the entry point,
> that’s fine with me.
>
> The release version of my test app does get called and executed by the
> browser. Maybe post the html that was generated?
>
> -Alex
>
 		 	   		  
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