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From Josh Tynjala <joshtynj...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [flexjs] Help setting up flexjs project
Date Sun, 27 Nov 2016 18:16:09 GMT
One thing worth mentioning is that MXML files will not produce source maps
yet. Not even <fx: Script> blocks yet. Only pure ActionScript classes for
now.

- Josh

On Nov 26, 2016 1:57 PM, "chrismatheson" <chris@matheson.it> wrote:

> Some updates in case anyone else is interested in my progress
>
> I seems to be getting somewhere, I've decided to just sort of ignore the
> Intellij UI for compiler options etc and instead just have it shell out to
> mxmlc to compile the project which works nicely, and as a bonus will mean
> that i can reuse that script in the CI/CD environment and make sure all
> settings will be the same for local build and CI build :D
>
> specifically i add a run/debug configuration "Javascript Debug" and
> intellij
> will start home, hook up the devtools to the IDE and launch a URL of my
> choosing. I change the "before launch" to "run external tool" which i set
> up
> to be mxmlc from the local npm package.
>
> This is so far working well, i can hit run / debug and have my flex's
> project compiled & run in chrome.
>
> However there is one last piece thats causing me a headache just now . . .
> i
> can't seem to get source maps out of mxmlc
>
> the  wiki
> <https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLEX/
> Getting+Started+with+the+Falcon+and+FalconJX+Compilers>
> suggest i will just need to add the `-source-map ` switch to my command
> line, but im not having any luck there. Has anyone else had any luck
> getting
> source maps out from flexjs ?
>
> also another small Q, i can't seem to get any "useful" info from mxmlc with
> the standard `--help` flag ?
>
>
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