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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Patching Flex 4.6 SDK chart functionality
Date Fri, 14 Mar 2014 18:22:03 GMT
Hi Darrell,

First, just try adding the MXMLC option -static-rsls=false.  Yes, this
means your app won't use any RSLs, but I just want to see if your app will
actually run with mixed code (which is totally not supported, but might
work).  If it does work, then we'll figure out the configuration that you
can use every RSL except the charts RSL.

And if that doesn't work, then grabbing the source from Apache Flex and
using it as a monkey-patch should work, as long as there aren't API


On 3/14/14 11:10 AM, "DarrenEvans" <darren.evans@allocatesoftware.com>

>After posting a comment on
><https://sourceforge.net/adobe/flexsdk/wiki/Flex%204.6/>   and being
>answered by Alex Harui, he directed me here to continue.
>For a bunch of reason we are stuck on Flex SDK 4.6 for the forseeable
>The problem we want to fix is around chart functionality. We have
>implemented some charts but they are incredibly slow to initialise (10 -
>I have seen this issue
><https://issues.apache.org/jira/i#browse/FLEX-33216>   and was hoping to
>apply the fix to our 4.6 SDK to see if it helps at all.
>*What's the best way to do this?*
>I was originally going to rebuild the Flex 4.6 SDK, retrofitting the
>modifications. However, Alex suggested swapping the charts.swc lib file. I
>have tried this (using 4.12 Apache SDK file) and although our main project
>seems to compile our test project results in the following error:
>[TestHealthRosterClient] No signed digest found in catalog.xml of the
>library, C:\Workspaces\sdks\Flex\4.6.0\frameworks\libs\charts.swc. Compile
>the library with -create-digest=true and try again.
>We are using IntelliJ to build our product. The main project did build but
>seemed to run equally slowly. However, I'm not entirely sure the modified
>swc was picked up......
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