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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com.INVALID>
Subject Re: Flex2Royale
Date Tue, 10 Oct 2017 04:28:51 GMT
Doesn't "put -r" work?  See [1].  I think the key is to use mkdir to make
the destination folder on the server before using put.

HTH,
-Alex

[1] 
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/10084941/how-can-i-upload-an-entire-fol
der-that-contains-other-folders-using-sftp-on-li

On 10/9/17, 1:55 PM, "Peter Ent" <pent@adobe.com.INVALID> wrote:

>I've built a little app that produces a table that looks through the
>ASDoc JSON files. This app is driven by a config file that contains a map
>from Flex components to Royale Express components. For each Royale
>component listed in the config file, the corresponding ASDoc JSON file is
>loaded and if it has a new ASDoc tag, @commentary, it shows that in the
>last column.
>
>I would like to show this to you, but I cannot figure out how to post the
>site (about 6 MB, its js-debug) to my home.apache.org account. I can
>transfer the file there as a .tar but it looks like ssh is prevented on
>home.apache.org at this point.
>
>Using ASDoc + a driver file is one way to do this. Another way is to just
>scan all of the ASDoc JSON files looking for some clues about which
>classes could be compared to Flex components. I would say this would mean
>adding some more ASDoc tags (e.g., @flexcomponent, @flexdocurl) and it
>may take longer to scan through all the JSON files and build the table.
>
>I need to sync up with changes to the repos and then I'll publish my
>example in the royale-as/examples directory so you can build it for
>yourselves and take a look.
>
>—peter

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