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From Paw Suddergaard <paw.sudderga...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ASC 2.0 and Falcon
Date Thu, 18 Oct 2012 13:06:05 GMT
Hooray!

Hi all,

I'm following the discussions every day - almost looking forward to seeing
mails in my inbox from the list.

I also agree that the compiler is a very fundamental thing for the entire
Apache flex "project".
I really do hope for things to work out somehow in someway. We have so much
potential!

All of you guys, steering and contributing to this project are totally
awesome, and you rock! Kudos to you all.

/Paw

On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 2:53 PM, Roland Zwaga <roland@stackandheap.com>wrote:

> Hey there Mike,
>
> I understand your frustrations (we talk about it a lot off-list anyways
> hehe). I still would like you to stay on board a little longer, I for one
> would still like to see your ASDoc implementation.
> Certainly, I think I was the only one on the list to respond to your
> posting about it, but I'm hoping most people just missed those mails.
>
> So folks, listen up, Mike managed to build an ASDoc replacement using hte
> new compiler framework in a matter of a week or so. I say that deserves at
> least one 'hooray', right?
>
> I for one I'm interested to see if I could add some kind of docbook support
> to his ASDoc implementation, that way PDF output for as3 documentation
> would be really easy to generate.
> I'm headed to New York tomorrow and Vegas on Sunday, so I won't have time
> to dedicate any time until after 360Min but I agree with Mike that the
> compiler framework is quite probably
> the most important part of the Apache Flex effort.
>
> Perhaps Gordon could comment on the status of the unit tests, I seem to
> remember him indicating a few weeks back that he was busy clearing them
> with legal and to have them donated
> after that, Is this correct Gordon?
>
> cheers,
>
> Roland
>
>
>
> > Gordon mentioned he was getting tests setup for the framework, I have
> been
> > > waiting, I'm not doing anything until there is at least a consensus
> > between
> > > members of this project on how to do that. But wait, there are no
> > members of
> > > the project that are even involved with the compiler right now that I
> am
> > > aware of?
> >
> > You are correct, I think a lot of people are waiting for a lot of
> > others to get started, like yourself.
> >
> > I challenge you to dive into it, to start contributing (yes, maybe
> > even before it is the perfect time to do so!) and thereby encouraging
> > others to start their contributions.
> >
> > If we all wait for everyone else before contributing, I agree not much
> > will happen.
> >
> > EdB
> >
> >
> >
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>
>
> --
> regards,
> Roland
>
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>
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