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From Nicholas Kwiatkowski <nicho...@spoon.as>
Subject Re: Flex -> HTML, Linux and time to say goodbye?
Date Mon, 27 Feb 2012 15:27:44 GMT
There are a lot of things that the Flash Player allow for special projects,
rather than anybody.

Adobe Connect, Acrobat.com and Pacificia (now defunct) are 1st class
plugins that were granted many more permissions than any other Flash
application.  For example, Connect is given access to do screen capturing
(and was given mic access long before we had it).  Flex RSLs are another
example of this.

-Nick

On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 10:15 AM, Left Right <olegsivokon@gmail.com> wrote:

> RSLs are an unfortunate consequence of bad framework design, which requires
> you to load a lot of things you don't need. Hopefully, redesign of the
> framework may make the RSLs a less important issue... with the emphasis
> been on "hopefully".
> However, it would be much-much-much better, if Adobe considered player
> design in a way how, for example, Python or CL, or HaXe work - i.e. The
> user could allow storing libraries to their HD, centralized, in the way
> they can be used by Flash runtime. So that Flex would have no special gift
> of being able to save it's own code, while others couldn't... well, sounds
> sci-fi, innit? :P
>
> Best.
>
> wvxvw
>

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