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From Piergiorgio Niero <piergiorgio.ni...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Time for an Apache Flex compiler.
Date Thu, 16 Feb 2012 12:51:50 GMT
i'm definitely in.
as3 and mxml to swf is a must, compile to js would be great for webapps,
but I'd like to see this
multitarget approach targeting other platforms too, expecially c\c++.
if flash\air doesn't run in the platform my project is targeting i would be
enabled to reuse my code and
convert it to c\c++ code.
i don't mean to create another portable vm, there have been other mail
talking about this as an option but
i don't think it would be a good way. my idea is to generate c\c++ code
which can be "plugged" to
different implementations of the base classes. at first we need to create
headers of all the base classes belonging
to playerglobal and airglobal, then anyone may implement those functions by
himself and
compile a native program for a non supported platform.
it's something similar to what haxe already does, but the starting source
code would be in as3\mxml.

pigiuz

Il giorno 16 febbraio 2012 11:46, almansour belleh blanco <
zabouzamomochi@gmail.com> ha scritto:

> 2012/2/16 David Arno <david@davidarno.org>:
> > Yesterday Adobe published their "whitepaper" on the future of Flex. In
> > it, they state that they'll be contributing the Falcon compiler to
> > Apache sometime between October and December. This compiler will support
> > AS3 only, with no support for MXML. So when we get the compiler (which
> > as already slipped from a summer - according to Alex I think - to winter
> > release,) we will then need to get our heads around how it works and
> > then add MXML support before we can use it as a replacement to the mxmlc
> > and compc compilers.
> >
> > This is not a viable timescale for Apache Flex in my opinion. Therefore
> > I feel we have no choice but to ignore Falcon and to start developing
> > our own compiler with immediate effect. I therefore want to get an idea
> > as to who, if anyone, here is interested in getting involved in this
> > initiative?
> >
> > David.
> >
> >
>
>
> Well, if such an initiative is started, I'm sure a lot of people will
> get involved in it, myself included. What will happen to mxmlc?
>
> --
> Mansour Blanco
> Software engineer
> Stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/users/612920/mansuro
> Blog: zuro.blogspot.com
> github: https://github.com/Mansuro
>

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