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From "christofer.dutz@c-ware.de" <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject New Flexmojos 7.0.0-SNAPSHOT available
Date Sun, 17 Nov 2013 15:24:33 GMT
Hi,

I spent the last few days kicking off Flexmojos 7. I managed to get the biggest things finished
and have deployed a first snapshot version of Flexmojos 7.0.0-SNAPSHOT (http://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/).

The biggest changes so far are:


-          Flexmojos 7 works only with Apache Flex SKDs as it expects the flex artifacts to
have the group-id "org.apache.flex" (Flash and Air artifacts still have their com.adobe group
ids). Therefore you have to mavenize your FDKs with the third parameter of the mavenizer set
to false in order to generate suitable FDKs. (It always sort of felt wrong to call the Apache
artifacts com.adobe.flex so this is one change I was really looking forward to)

-          The advanced-telemetry compiler option is now supported. So by adding "<advancedTelemetry>true</advancedTelemetry>"
to your Flexmojos config, you will be able to use the generated SWFs with Adobe Scout.

-          I cleaned up the scopes of some of the warnings so the "Using Regular Flashplayer
tests" will no longer be output as "WARNING". Same is the license.jar inavalability. So I
in CI builds the build log should look a lot cleaner ;-)

-          I added a new generator mojo using "granite-ds" 2.3.2.GA (Simply use "granite232"
to select that in your configuration)

-          The default FDK (The one used if you don't explicitly specify one) is now also
changed to an Apache FDK (4.11.0)

In general all you should have to do to start using it should be:

-          Update the Flexmojos 7.0.0-SNAPSHOT

-          Change the group-id of flex artifacts from "com.apache.flex" to "org.apache.flex"

After this initial commit, I will concentrate on Air for Mobile support. I will probably not
be able to finish that as fast as these changes, so that's why I published a 7.0.0-SNAPSHOT
so you could start using it.
Starting with this I think it should be a lot easier to build Apache Flex applications using
Maven.

Have fun :)

Chris

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