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Subject [royale-asjs] 02/02: update README to mention how to use bin-js-swf package
Date Mon, 15 Jan 2018 06:48:08 GMT
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commit 045d11c3dd06c70ab1dbe4e63ababbb009b7f594
Author: Alex Harui <>
AuthorDate: Sun Jan 14 22:47:55 2018 -0800

    update README to mention how to use bin-js-swf package
 releasemgr/README | 15 +++++++++++++--
 1 file changed, 13 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/releasemgr/README b/releasemgr/README
index 37dcf7e..c3bdad9 100644
--- a/releasemgr/README
+++ b/releasemgr/README
@@ -113,8 +113,13 @@ the results of the build, see the next section.
 Using the Binary Convenience Package
-A package containing compiled binaries can be used in IDEs that support Royale.  IDEs
-should recognize the royale-asjs as a valid Royale SDK.
+There are two packages containing compiled binaries.  The packages ending with -bin-js only
supports JavaScript output.  The packages ending with bin-js-swf supports both JavaScript
and SWF output.
+These packages can be used in IDEs that support Royale.  The bin-js package can be uncompressed
and used directly.  The bin-js-swf package requires the downloading of SWF-related libraries
from Adobe Systems Inc.  There is an Ant script called InstallAdobeSDKs.xml that you can run
+  ant -f InstallAdobeSDKs.xml
+IDEs should recognize the royale-asjs folder as a valid Royale SDK.
 You can also compile applications from the command line by running MXMLC to compile ActionScript
and MXML into JS (and SWF) applications.
@@ -184,8 +189,14 @@ Getting Royale with NPM
 You can use NPM to get a pre-built package.  To do so run:
+On Mac:
   sudo npm install royale -g
+On Windows:
+  npm install royale -g
 Using Royale

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