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From "christofer.dutz@c-ware.de" <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject AW: [POLL] Maven and Apache Flex
Date Tue, 27 Nov 2012 22:09:49 GMT
I'll reply to this as I never really got the initial post

1. Number of people who will use Maven to develop Flex apps at your company
(0 if you have no interest in using Maven).

1 (I'm a one-man-show)

2. Maven would be used to develop apps for FlashPlayer in the browser (yes
or no)

yes

3. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on desktop/laptops (yes or
no)

yes

4. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on Android (yes or no)

yes

5. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on IOS (yes or no)

no

6. Rate the following proposed implementations (-1 = not acceptable, 0 =
neutral, 1 = acceptable, 2 = preferred)


   a) You must manually download the Player SDK and AIR SDK from the Adobe
      site and set up environment variables pointing to them

0

   b) You must download and install a Maven plug-in from the Apache Flex
      site.  The first time you use Maven on a computer, it will ask you
      to accept the Adobe license agreement.

2

   c) You must download and install a Maven plug-in from the Adobe
      site.  The first time you use Maven on a computer, it will ask you
      to accept the Adobe license agreement.

1

   d) Maven can be used as-is for FlashPlayer apps and AIR apps on
      desktops/laptops, but not for AIR apps on Android/IOS.  To target
      Android/IOS, you must use one of the first three implementations

2 (Would prefer normal Flex applications to be built without setting up or having to agree
to anything and to have an Apache Plugin handling the download of restricted Air stuff)

   e) We will manually download the Player SDKs and AIR SDKs and put them
      in our local/private Maven repo.

0 (This ist he current situation using the Mavenizer)

   f) We would use a utility application that would download the Player
      SDKs and AIR SDKs (prompting you to accept the license) and put them
      in our local/private Maven repo.

1 (Would be an extended Mavenizer that also does downloads)

Chris

Von: Jose Barragan Andrade [mailto:pepebarragan@me.com]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. November 2012 22:07
An: flex-dev@incubator.apache.org
Betreff: Re: [POLL] Maven and Apache Flex

My votes:


1. Number of people who will use Maven to develop Flex apps at your company
(0 if you have no interest in using Maven).
10



2. Maven would be used to develop apps for FlashPlayer in the browser (yes
or no)
yes



3. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on desktop/laptops (yes or
no)
yes



4. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on Android (yes or no)
yes



5. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on IOS (yes or no)
no



6. Rate the following proposed implementations (-1 = not acceptable, 0 =
neutral, 1 = acceptable, 2 = preferred)


   a) You must manually download the Player SDK and AIR SDK from the Adobe
      site and set up environment variables pointing to them
0


   b) You must download and install a Maven plug-in from the Apache Flex
      site.  The first time you use Maven on a computer, it will ask you
      to accept the Adobe license agreement.
2


   c) You must download and install a Maven plug-in from the Adobe
      site.  The first time you use Maven on a computer, it will ask you
      to accept the Adobe license agreement.
1


   d) Maven can be used as-is for FlashPlayer apps and AIR apps on
      desktops/laptops, but not for AIR apps on Android/IOS.  To target
      Android/IOS, you must use one of the first three implementations
1


   e) We will manually download the Player SDKs and AIR SDKs and put them
      in our local/private Maven repo.
-1


   f) We would use a utility application that would download the Player
      SDKs and AIR SDKs (prompting you to accept the license) and put them
      in our local/private Maven repo.
1


--
Jose Barragan
Software Architect Chief

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