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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: [FlexJS] Conditional compilation in user projects
Date Mon, 05 Dec 2016 16:21:37 GMT

On 12/5/16, 3:39 AM, "carlos.rovira@gmail.com on behalf of Carlos Rovira"
<carlos.rovira@gmail.com on behalf of carlosrovira@apache.org> wrote:

>Hi Alex,
>to introduce the problem:
>I took a look and saw that your ListItemRenderer is in the application
>> project, not a library project, but it contains conditional compile
>> I'm not sure we've ironed out that workflow.  The main idea was that
>> application developers wouldn't need conditional compilation.  All APIs
>> they would need would be cross-platform and all the platform-specific
>> stuff would be encapsulated into the library SWCs.
>mmm...I was thinking on that decision and I think it should be hard to
>devs understand that they
>can't do that in their projects.
>I think use case like custom item renderers are very common. We should
>expect FlexJS users writing
>custom IR a lot in their apps. If they are writing a complex app...should
>be normal to has one or more swc libs
>created by them, but we all now that one of the powers of flex is make a
>fast app in one single project and even
>in few files (classes). So I think, although I understand the decision and
>intention, I think that is not practical.

As Yishay says, custom item renderers should be possible without
platform-specific code.  If you had a base class in the framework that
wrapped LI then you probably wouldn't have any conditional compile in your
renderer.  Still, we should allow for it at some point.

>btw, you pointed me to change COMPILE::JS to true, but how I can do this?
>I see that in some build.xml but no in pom.xml. So although I search, I
>don't know how to do this right now.
>Some clue or where to dig?

Well for Ant and FB integration, it is as simple as adding the compiler
flags.  I think for Maven this sort of thing is buried in the Mojo, but I
would think you could use the additional compiler options to set it for


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