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From Christofer Dutz <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject Re: [FlexJS] Need help with compiling MDL examples
Date Wed, 01 Feb 2017 21:21:36 GMT
Hi Olaf,

For an example, the build tool helps automatically build and test the examples on the ASF
Jenkins. 

Most problems we recently had in compiler and framework didn’t break the build but they
broke the examples.
So building the examples with maven for example makes us detect stuff like that easier. 

And usually I have never, ever in my life worked at a large corporation relying on the proprietary
build system of an IDE.

Chris

Am 01.02.17, 19:54 schrieb "OK" <post@olafkrueger.net>:

    Hi,
    thanks to all for help.
    asconfigc compiles successfully with 0 errors and 2 warnings.
    But the output seems to me that there'e some styles missing [1].
    
    However, probably I'm annoying you with this topic but I still don't
    understand the benefit of using a build tool to compile the examples. Maybe
    I'm a fool or to old for this stuff.
    I understand that this maybe makes sense if somebody would like to build the
    examples without using an IDE.
    But in case of the MDL examples the tasks.json is included in the .vscode
    folder.
    And for me that implies that you have a working VSCode IDE with a working
    (already build) SDK.
    So in this case you just could call asconfigc without the need to download
    and re-build the whole stuff.
    
    Could somebody enlighten me?
    
    Thanks,
    Olaf
    
    
    [1] https://snag.gy/6pXEhm.jpg
    
    
    
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