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From Carol Frampton <>
Subject Re: [jira] [Commented] (FLEX-61) AIR version of makeApacheFlexForFlashBuilder for Windows
Date Thu, 24 May 2012 20:57:57 GMT

On 5/24/12 2 :50PM, "Om" <> wrote:

>Justin, you changes work perfectly fine on Windows.  Sudhir, thanks for
>confirming that it works on Macs as well.
>I have merged all the changes into here:
>I believe at this point, we are ready to bring this app into SVN.  I dont
>have commit permissions, can one of the committers take it up?

After it finished downloading the AIR SDK for Mac I got this but I didn't
debug it.

Downloaded 100%
Native Process not supported unable to untar Adobe AIR SDK
MakeApacheFlexForFlashBuilder invoked in GUI mode

In terms of committing the code

- Someone needs to write an ant script to build this project.
- There is a minor error in the comment. It should be "Flash Builder" not
"Flash Player".  Chris corrected it for me in my scripts.
- I'm not sure what Apache thinks about @author.  I haven't seen it in my
travels thru Apache code.  Personally I prefer it not be there.  If a
committer submits the code for you they should attribute the code to you
in the submit comment.
- You have inconsistent bracketing.  If we're going with maintaining the
current style, which would be my vote, the brackets should be on a new
line.  Regardless, the same style should be used throughout a file.


>On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 5:37 AM, Sudhir Manjunath <>
>> I checked this on my MAC 10.6, and it works for me now. Thanks, Justin
>> -Sudhir
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Justin Mclean []
>> Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2012 7:17 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: [jira] [Commented] (FLEX-61) AIR version of
>> makeApacheFlexForFlashBuilder for Windows
>> Hi,
>> >>> Any luck on the invoking tar from the app on a Mac?
>> >> I took a quick look and should be able to sort it out today.
>> Just put up code (and pull request) that should work or be very close to
>> working.
>> Thanks,
>> Justin

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