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From Harbs <harbs.li...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Release Apache FlexJS 0.5.0
Date Sat, 07 Nov 2015 20:47:56 GMT
I just tried running the approval script and it failed:
/Users/harbs/Documents/ApacheFlex/ApproveFlexJS/ApproveFlexJS.xml:236: The following error
occurred while executing this line:
/Users/harbs/Documents/ApacheFlex/ApproveFlexJS/ApproveFlexJS.xml:240: Execute failed: java.io.IOException:
Cannot run program "gpg": error=2, No such file or directory

When I run ant -e -f ApproveFlexJS.xml -Drelease.version=0.5.0, I do not get the error. It’s
only when I add -Drc=1 That it fails.


On Nov 6, 2015, at 11:38 PM, Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:

> On 11/6/15, 12:47 PM, "jude" <flexcapacitor@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I said this in another thread but since you asked I would say this would
>> be
>> the perfect workflow for me (for both Flex and FlexJS):
>> 1. Provide URL to source on Github (the project would have to be on github
>> obviously)
> Our repos are already mirrored to GitHub.  See:
> https://github.com/apache/flex-sdk
>> 2. I create a local repository from that
>> 3. I open FB and import a default *existing project* that is in the local
>> repository*
>>  -- in my project i add a spark Button
>>  -- I then open spark.Button.as and make changes
> Try importing all the projects from frameworks/projects.  For Flex, you
> should be able to create a new project and make these projects
> dependencies.  For FlexJS, maybe you can create that default existing
> project for us.
>> 4. I compile the project and run it. I see the changes immediately
>> 5. I commit those changes locally and push them up to the main branch to
>> be
>> accepted or rejected.
> From the mirrors you can generate a pull request.
> For FlexJS, I think you can install FlexJS as a Flex SDK and use it as the
> SDK for your project and you should be ok.  Give it a try.  Let us know
> what is still missing.
>> I put a lot of work in one of my AS3 / Flex libraries and it bothers me
>> that that work is not in the Flex SDK. It may not be as high quality as
>> some code out there but that can be fixed by other community members
>> reviewing it and making it better.
>> We have AS3corelib, tons of AS3 libraries and components on github and
>> google code and maybe not all of them, but a majority of them would give
>> the Flex SDK an amazing API to do just about anything. And I believe if
>> they were in the main repository they would be getting more use and
>> improved upon daily.
> For better or worse, Apache generally has more rules than many GitHub-only
> projects.  Those rules slow us down, but in theory are the price to pay to
> make corporations feel comfortable using our software, and supposedly,
> that’s where the money is for our future.
> You are welcome to donate more of your code to Apache Flex and get it into
> the default SDK.  If you wrote the code before becoming a committer, you
> have to go through the Software Grant process again for significant code
> bases.  Small stuff you can probably just commit, although a discussion
> before doing so would be recommended.
> -Alex

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