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From Stefan Horochovec <stefan.horocho...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [POLL] Maven and Apache Flex
Date Wed, 28 Nov 2012 12:00:36 GMT
1. +1000

2. Yes

3. No (don´t use AIR)

4. No (don´t use AIR)

5. No (don´t use AIR)

6 a) 0
6 a) 0
6 a) 0
6 a) 0

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

Stefan Horochovec



2012/11/27 Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com>

> Hi Folks,
>
> There have been some recent discussions about Maven and how it could work
> with Apache Flex.  There are several possibilities, but none of them are
> perfect because of Adobe licensing requirements.  This poll is only about
> how you use or plan to use Apache Flex and Maven to build apps that use an
> Adobe runtime (Adobe Flash Player or Adobe AIR including Adobe AIR packaged
> for Android or IOS).  We¹ll worry about other Apache Flex scenarios in the
> future.  This poll also assumes that the Adobe will not change its SDK
> licensing and requires that you accept the licensing terms at least once.
>
> Also, you can substitute the word "Maven" for any Maven-like tool that uses
> Maven files.
>
> Please answer the following:
>
> 1. Number of people who will use Maven to develop Flex apps at your company
> (0 if you have no interest in using Maven).
>
> 2. Maven would be used to develop apps for FlashPlayer in the browser (yes
> or no)
>
> 3. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on desktop/laptops (yes or
> no)
>
> 4. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on Android (yes or no)
>
> 5. Maven would be used to develop apps for AIR on IOS (yes or 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
>     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.
>     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.
>     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
>     e) We will manually download the Player SDKs and AIR SDKs and put them
>        in our local/private Maven repo.
>     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.
>
> Thanks in advance.  Remember that polls are not binding, but your input is
> much appreciated.
>
> --
> Alex Harui
> Flex SDK Team
> Adobe Systems, Inc.
> http://blogs.adobe.com/aharui
>
>

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