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From Alex Harui <>
Subject Re: compc compiler error
Date Sat, 25 Aug 2018 06:32:05 GMT
Hi Bhau,

OK, sounds like you made some progress.

I'm not sure embedding will be a benefit so it isn't high on my list to have Royale support

Are you finding [ResourceBundle] in the Royale code?  I thought I had cleaned all of that
up.  Or are you using it in your code?  

Try commenting out parts of your .css files to find out what is causing the compiler to throw
an error.

There is an -html-template option you can use to customize the html file and inject other
CSS if you need it.

How are you using ChangeWatchers and Binding tags?  I don't think I've tried those yet.


´╗┐On 8/24/18, 3:07 PM, "bhau" <> wrote:

    Hi Alex,
    throwError.js and assertType.js does exist in output folder.
    I tested it with latest nightly build (#85) and didn't see that error any
    more. I could see the page through generated index.html which includes
    converted application component.
    However I have to do some modification to get it through:
    1) I have to comment all '[ResourceBundle...' , '[Embed(Source=' . Is there
    any alternative for that?
    2) Inclusion of css files through '<fx:Style source=' does not work.
    Compiler is trying to parse this css file and throwing error. So I have to
    remove that. Is there any workaround for that? 
    3) How to link custom css files instead of using generated app.css file
    other than including manually in generated index.html.  Is there any
    template or hook or configuration to link custom.css file instead of using
    default app.css?
    4) I have to comment change watchers and  Binding tags.
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