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From Piotr Zarzycki <piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Re: Re: Re: Building a repository front end with Royale
Date Mon, 04 Dec 2017 18:49:49 GMT
Agree with that, but I don't see better resolution to that problem. Royale
will not be part of Apache Flex installer, so people probably face that
issue from time to time.

Thanks for the input!
Piotr

2017-12-04 18:37 GMT+01:00 RAT-Moonshine <devsena@yahoo.com>:

> Piotr Zarzycki wrote
> > If you go to the folder
> > "*Downloads/apache-royale-jsonly-0.9.0-bin/js/bin/"*
> > and give in the terminal access to the file mxmlc by command "*sudo chmod
> > 755 mxmlc*" - You will be able to build Royale examples. - I will
> probably
> > add this one to the instruction.
>
> Generally, in case of triggering some 3rd party application from AIR, it
> needs to execute 'chmod' first before starts a NativeProcess (in macOS),
> but
> in Moonshine we never required to use this command. All the
> Flex/JS/Feathers
> SDK compilers (so far) able to execute by just placing inside the user's
> ~/Downloads folder and which didn't required any custom command to run (by
> the user)  to execute in the Moonshine.
>
> Not sure about FlexJS Royale executable, though; if this particular command
> help you to make this usable, that is fine, too. Although, we believe
> asking
> users to run certain command manually is not very intuitive.
>
>
> Thanks!
>
>
>
> --
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>



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