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From Alex Harui <>
Subject Re: Royale Build Issue
Date Tue, 20 Mar 2018 16:10:42 GMT
If you take a nightly build, you will see a folder with royale-asjs, royale-typedefs, royale-compiler.

That nightly build is the result of running "ant release" on a royale-asjs folder with sibling
folders of royale-typedefs and royale-compiler.  "ant release" puts nightly build artifacts
in the "out" folder.

In theory, though, the contents of the nightly build is almost the same as the top-level folder
that contained the 3 repos.  The only major difference should be that the royale-asjs repo
does not contain playerglobal/airglobal.

That is why Flash Builder does not work with the repos directly.  It expects playerglobal/airglobal
in the SDK folder.  If Moonshine does not have that restriction, then it should work.

It should be possible to copy playerglobal/airglobal into the repo working copy and use it
in FlashBuilder.


From: Piotr Zarzycki <<>>
Reply-To: "<>" <<>>
Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 8:01 AM
To: "<>" <<>>
Subject: Re: Royale Build Issue


With ant on the opposite build which you will produce with ant should work with Moonshine
without the problem. Since you have both build type ready, this the matter of choosing your
Flow with work on SDK.

Alex just one question do ANT build have some output folder where all parts are being put
after the build ? Like out/royale-asjs out/royale-compiler etc. ?

Thanks, Piotr

2018-03-20 16:30 GMT+01:00 Alex Harui <<>>:
Hi Alina,

Good to know you got it working.

A repo built with Ant can be directly used to build applications.  Each
example in the examples folder has its own build.xml so you can just
switch to any folder and run Ant.

If you are using an IDE like Moonshine, I'm not quite sure what needs to
be done.  Maybe Piotr can help.

You can also try the "ant release" and build a nightly build on your
computer and you should be able to use that in an IDE.  IMO, it will be
most efficient to figure out how to use the regular Ant build to directly
build your application.  That way you won't have to take the time to run
the release target after every change.

After you decide how you want to handle building your app, we want to show
you how to help create emulation components.


On 3/20/18, 2:09 AM, "alina kazi" <<>>

>Hi Alex
>Successfully build ant.
>we use
>mvn -Drat.skip=true
>-DdistributionTargetFolder=f:\src\royale-asjs\distribution -P
>build-distribution clean install
>for distribution using maven
>what command we have to use for ant ?
>Sent from:


Piotr Zarzycki

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