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From Alex Harui <>
Subject Re: MXMLC now in trunk
Date Thu, 12 Apr 2012 20:38:40 GMT

On 4/12/12 6:37 AM, "David Coleman" <> wrote:

> but my question is this:  If I am using Flash Builder 4.6, what will i need to
> do to compile the sdk for use in testing?
For testing changes to the compiler or the SDK or your apps?  The compiler
code is in Java and has Eclipse projects.  There are no compiler unit tests
at this time.

I hope to get the "master" build script into the trunk on Friday.  That
should build the SWCs and Jars into a folder structure just like an Adobe
Flex SDK, and you can add that to your list of SDKs in Flash Builder.  We
know that Flash Builder won't copy expressInstall into the output swfobject
folder, and there might be more issues.

Flash Builder 4.7 is planning to make the changes required to make these
SDKs work.

The validation tests for the SDK are still pending legal approval.

> Will i need to use a different
> mxmlc to compile an app based on the Apache flex framework as opposed to an
> Adobe flex sdk?
> My plan was to simply have Flash Builder locate the sdk as though it were a
> regular flex sdk, but I'm realizing that maybe I should ask if there are any
> special steps I should take to begin working with this framework that may not
> be automatically detected by the IDE?
> Thanks for your time!
>> Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 21:34:56 +0900
>> Subject: Re: MXMLC now in trunk
>> From:
>> To:
>> Hi, Alex
>> Is it here?
>> lex2/compiler/mxml/
>> thanks
>> Shigeru Nakagaki
>> 2012/4/12 Alex Harui <>:
>>> Infra was kind enough to import it last night.  I¹m still verifying it, but
>>> so far, it looks good.  Feel free to take a look.  I think the next step is
>>> to move a few files from Carol¹ whiteboard and see if it will build.
>>> --
>>> Alex Harui
>>> Flex SDK Team
>>> Adobe Systems, Inc.

Alex Harui
Flex SDK Team
Adobe Systems, Inc.

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