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From Frédéric THOMAS <webdoubl...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: AW: issue with Popupmanager SDK 4.14 / Flexmojos 7.1
Date Wed, 17 Jun 2015 14:05:50 GMT
Another possibility I meet still inline with what @Alex said, is that I had to monkey patch
the PopupManagerImpl for an application I migrated from Flex 3 and had to revamp MarshalPopUpData
/ PopUpManagerMarshalMixin (that wasn't necessary in Flex 3 though) and therefore had to add
MarshallingSupport in FM has I shown before.

But doesn't seem the case here and the clue is trying to find what drags those classes, I'm
thinking much more as @Alex mentioned, about a third-party lib that make use of it.

@Chris AFAIK, There is nothing specific to do in FM except including this support at user
configuration level.

By curiosity, is there anything special that could cause that in:
Frédéric THOMAS

> From: aharui@adobe.com
> To: users@flex.apache.org
> Subject: Re: AW: issue with Popupmanager SDK 4.14 / Flexmojos 7.1
> Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2015 05:14:14 +0000
> On 6/16/15, 1:35 AM, "L'Hommelet Filip"
> <Filip.L'Hommelet@ilias-solutions.com> wrote:
>>You wouldn't believe it... but that did the trick!
> Well, I do believe it, but now all of your code is doing extra
> MarshallingSupport work. This should not be necessary unless you are
> loading SWFs across SecurityDomains or SWFs compiled with different
> versions. If you start to notice performance issues, that could be the
> reason, although generally the overhead is not noticed.
> The root cause still seems like some SWF is loading the
> PopUpManagerMarshalMixin. Normally, including MarshallingSupport drags in
> PopUpManagerMarshalMixin and other related classes. But if you link in
> just PopUpManagerMarshalMixin without linking in MarshallingSupport, I
> would expect the symptoms you are seeing.
> -Alex
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