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From Harbs <harbs.li...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [FALCONJX][FLEXJS] XML handling (was Re: [FlexJS] Back port)
Date Tue, 10 Nov 2015 22:57:29 GMT
OK. I’ll try working with ant for now.

I’ll try getting some code to compile in the morning. If there’s no code completion for
now anyway, I’ll just set -define=COMPILE::JS,false for now. That will at least allow me
to use FB as a code editor. Maybe I’ll see if Sublime give me some code completion.

I see what you did with gecko_xml.js. If I’m missing anything else, I think I understand
how to add more externs.

Hopefully I got enough to be productive now.

Wish me luck! ;-)

Harbs

On Nov 11, 2015, at 12:47 AM, Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:

> 
> 
> On 11/10/15, 1:50 PM, "Harbs" <harbs.lists@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> I just tried in Core as well. If I set “-define=COMPILE::JS,true” which
>> is what I believe we need to get code recognition and completion, I get
>> lots of errors in FB.
>> 
>> Am I going about this wrong?
> 
> As I said in at the beginning of my last reply, I don’t know what it will
> take to get FB to accept these definitions from js.swc.  I understand it
> will make it easier for you and others to contribute once we get FB
> working on these projects, but I would much prefer not to have to take the
> time to figure it out for the core_js_to_as branch until we are mostly
> done with the back port and have restructured the folders to a more final
> topology.  Otherwise, I think I will have to keep stopping to tweak the
> projects as we go and the whole thing will take longer.  Do you really
> have to have code hinting to get started on this XML library?  Or maybe
> just start coding it in a temporary package for now.  You can probably add
> some glue code to the output to map that class to the global scope.
> 
> The COMPILE::JS flag only controls what code the compiler has to compile,
> not what definitions it is pulling in from various SWCs.
> 
> From the command-line with Ant, I just tried building the Core project by
> switching to frameworks/projects/Core and then:
> 1) ran “ant -Dis.jenkins=true all” which proved it could build cleanly but
> skipped the tests
> 2) Edited Application.as and inside a COMPILE::JS block added:
>    var foo:DOMParser = null;
>    var bar:Document = null;
> 3) ran “ant -Dis.jenkins=true all” again to see if would compile.
> 
> It was missing DOMParser which I just added and pushed to flex-falcon so
> sync up and at least run “ant extern.swcs” there.  Then step 3 worked for
> me.
> 
> Please first try the Ant steps so at least we know that works for you.
> 
> -Alex
> 
>> 
>> On Nov 10, 2015, at 9:40 PM, Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:
>> 
>>>> I’m not sure you answered my primary question here. How do I target
>>>> HTML/JS native classes like Document, DOMParser, etc. in ActionScript?
>>>> I
>>>> don’t want to do that in js. I’d rather have FlaconJX cross-compile it
>>>> for me.
>>> 
>>> Not sure about what FlashBuilder will let you do, but from Ant, you
>>> should
>>> be able to use Document, DOMParser etc inside COMPILE::JS blocks.  Try
>>> adding test code to a class in the Core project and compile it.  Then
>>> we’ll worry about FlashBuilder.  It should work for Core because the
>>> compile-asjs phase will not use playerglobal/airglobal, it will use
>>> js.swc
>>> from the Falcon repo which has Document and DOMParser in it.
>> 
> 


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