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From jmcl...@apache.org
Subject git commit: [flex-sdk] [refs/heads/develop] - README was looking a little odd on https://github.com/apache/flex-sdk so shortened lines where possible
Date Fri, 07 Mar 2014 02:15:56 GMT
Repository: flex-sdk
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/develop be20e5cde -> 8cc82a2be


README was looking a little odd on https://github.com/apache/flex-sdk so shortened lines where
possible


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/flex-sdk/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/flex-sdk/commit/8cc82a2b
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/flex-sdk/tree/8cc82a2b
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/flex-sdk/diff/8cc82a2b

Branch: refs/heads/develop
Commit: 8cc82a2be8fa127455efbb8c5c4dc585af60d16a
Parents: be20e5c
Author: Justin Mclean <jmclean@apache.org>
Authored: Fri Mar 7 13:14:43 2014 +1100
Committer: Justin Mclean <jmclean@apache.org>
Committed: Fri Mar 7 13:14:43 2014 +1100

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diff --git a/README b/README
index b464bc2..1ac1b14 100644
--- a/README
+++ b/README
@@ -1,18 +1,18 @@
 Apache Flex (Flex)
 ==================
 
-    Apache Flex is an application framework for easily building Flash-based applications
-    for mobile devices, the browser and desktop.
+    Apache Flex is an application framework for easily building Flash-based
+    applications for mobile devices, the browser and desktop.
 
-    Apache Flex 4.12 is a follow up release to Apache Flex 4.11. This version adds new
-    features and implements bug fixes that were unavailable in previous versions.  It is
-    compatible with most code written to target Adobe Flex 4.6.
+    Apache Flex 4.12 is a follow up release to Apache Flex 4.11. This version
+    adds new features and implements bug fixes that were unavailable in previous
+    versions.  It is compatible with most code written to target Adobe Flex 4.6.
 
     For detailed information about Apache Flex please visit
     http://flex.apache.org/
 
-    Apache Flex is a large project with many pieces.  The framework is implemented
-    in ActionScript and the compiler is implemented in Java.
+    Apache Flex is a large project with many pieces.  The framework is
+    implemented in ActionScript and the compiler is implemented in Java.
 
     Currently supported platforms include:
 
@@ -25,25 +25,25 @@ Apache Flex (Flex)
 
     Apache Flex is the software evolution of the popular Adobe Flex SDK project.
 
-    The community surrounding Flex is vast, diverse, distributed globally, and with all
-    levels of proficiency in software development.
+    The community surrounding Flex is vast, diverse, distributed globally, and
+    with all levels of proficiency in software development.
 
-    There has been more that 30,000 installs of Apache Flex. The Apache Flex web site
-    gets 3 quarters of a million page views a year and more than 250,000 unique visitors
-    a year.
+    There has been more that 30,000 installs of Apache Flex. The Apache Flex web
+    site gets 3 quarters of a million page views a year and more than 250,000
+    unique visitors a year.
 
 
 Getting the convenience packages for Apache Flex
 ================================================
 
-    The Apache Flex SDK Installer is an application that simplifies the download and
-    installation of the Apache Flex SDK and its (required) components. It is aimed at
-    anyone who wants to use the latest release of the Apache Flex SDK, but who might not
-    necessarily be familiar with the tools and procedures required to compile the Apache
-    Flex SDK from source code. The application will grab the binary distribution of the
-    SDK from apache.org or one of its mirrors, install it onto your computer and prepare
-    it for use with your favorite IDE such as Adobe Flash Builder or JetBrains IntelliJ
-    IDEA.
+    The Apache Flex SDK Installer is an application that simplifies the download
+    and installation of the Apache Flex SDK and its (required) components. It is
+    aimed at anyone who wants to use the latest release of the Apache Flex SDK,
+    but who might not necessarily be familiar with the tools and procedures
+    required to compile the Apache Flex SDK from source code. The application
+    will grab the binary distribution of the SDK from apache.org or one of its
+    mirrors, install it onto your computer and prepare it for use with your
+    favorite IDE such as Adobe Flash Builder or JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA.
 
     You can get the SDK Installer from the Apache Flex website at
 
@@ -51,10 +51,10 @@ Getting the convenience packages for Apache Flex
 
     The SDK installer requires the Adobe AIR runtime to be installed.
 
-    Starting with Apache Flex 4.12 the binary distribution can be installed using only ANT
-    in addition to the AIR installer mentioned above. This is the recommended method for
-    Linux users.  More information about installing the binary installtion with ANT can be
-    found on our wiki at :
+    Starting with Apache Flex 4.12 the binary distribution can be installed
+    using only ANT in addition to the AIR installer mentioned above. This is
+    the recommended method for Linux users.  More information about installing
+    the binary installtion with ANT can be found on our wiki at :
 
       https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLEX/Installation+help#Installationhelp-Antinstaller
 
@@ -73,8 +73,8 @@ Getting the latest sources via git
 	 git checkout develop
 
     An Apache Flex SDK also requires source code from other Apache Flex git
-    repositories.  To get the latest source via git for the Text Layout Framework
-    use the following command:
+    repositories.  To get the latest source via git for the Text Layout
+    Framework use the following command:
 
 	 git clone https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/flex-tlf.git tlf
 	 cd tlf
@@ -93,41 +93,43 @@ Getting the latest sources via git
 Building Apache Flex 4.12
 =========================
 
-    Apache Flex is a large project. It requires some build tools which must be installed
-    prior to building Flex and it depends on some external software which
-    are downloaded as part of the build process.  Some of these have different licenses.
-    See the Software Dependencies section for more information on the external software
-    dependencies.
+    Apache Flex is a large project. It requires some build tools which must be
+    installed prior to building Flex and it depends on some external software
+    which are downloaded as part of the build process.  Some of these have
+    different licenses.  See the Software Dependencies section for more
+    information on the external software dependencies.
 
-    From Apache's perspective, the Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR have excluded
-    licenses so they can not be bundled with the Apache Flex binaries.  They must be
-    installed prior to building Apache Flex.
+    From Apache's perspective, the Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR have
+    excluded licenses so they can not be bundled with the Apache Flex binaries.
+    They must be installed prior to building Apache Flex.
 
-    Linux support is currently experimental and while it is possible to compile the SDK
-    it has not been fully tested so you may run into issues.
+    Linux support is currently experimental and while it is possible to compile
+    the SDK it has not been fully tested so you may run into issues.
 
 Install Prerequisites
 ---------------------
 
     Before building Flex you must install the following software and set the
-    corresponding environment variables using absolute file paths.  Relative file paths
-    will result in build errors.
+    corresponding environment variables using absolute file paths.  Relativei
+    file paths will result in build errors.
 
     The environment variables PLAYERGLOBAL_HOME, AIR_HOME, FLASHPLAYER_DEBUGGER,
     TLF_HOME, and ADOBE_EXTENSION_MANAGER can also be set in the property file
-    called env.properties. See the env-template.properties file for instructions.
+    called env.properties. See the env-template.properties file for
+    instructions.
 
-    The Adobe Flash Player playerglobal.swc is needed to compile all the components
+    The Adobe Flash Player playerglobal.swc is needed to compile all the
+    components
     with the exception of the airframework and airspark components which require
-    airglobal.swc from the AIR Integration Kit.  The AIR Integration kit is also needed
-    to build and debug mobile applications.  The Adobe Flash Player content debugger is
-    used by checkintests and other pieces of the test subsystem to run compiled
-    applications.
+    airglobal.swc from the AIR Integration Kit.  The AIR Integration kit is also
+    needed to build and debug mobile applications.  The Adobe Flash Player
+    content debugger is used by checkintests and other pieces of the test
+    subsystem to run compiled applications.
 
-    The build scripts assume that the source code folder containing the Text Layout
-    Framework (tlf) folder is at the same level as the sdk folder or located inside
-    the frameworks/projects folder.   If this is not true, then you must set the 
-    TLF_HOME environment variable to point to the tlf folder.
+    The build scripts assume that the source code folder containing the Text
+    Layout Framework (tlf) folder is at the same level as the sdk folder or
+    located inside the frameworks/projects folder.   If this is not true, then
+    you must set the TLF_HOME environment variable to point to the tlf folder.
 
     ==================================================================================
     SOFTWARE                                    ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE (absolute paths)
@@ -151,7 +153,8 @@ Install Prerequisites
 
     ==================================================================================
 
-    *1) The bin directories for ANT_HOME and JAVA_HOME should be added to your PATH.
+    *1) The bin directories for ANT_HOME and JAVA_HOME should be added to your
+        PATH.
 
         On Windows, set PATH to
 
@@ -163,10 +166,10 @@ Install Prerequisites
 
          On Linux make sure you path include ANT_HOME and JAVA_HOME.
 
-    *2)  If you are using Java SDK 1.7 or greater on a Mac you must use Ant 1.8 or
-         greater. If you use Java 1.7 with Ant 1.7, ant reports the java version as 1.6
-         so the JVM args for the data model (-d32/-d64) will not be set correctly and
-         you will get compile errors.
+    *2)  If you are using Java SDK 1.7 or greater on a Mac you must use Ant 1.8
+         or greater. If you use Java 1.7 with Ant 1.7, ant reports the java
+         version as 1.6 so the JVM args for the data model (-d32/-d64) will not
+         be set correctly and you will get compile errors.
 
     *3) The Adobe AIR integration kit for Windows can be downloaded from:
            http://airdownload.adobe.com/air/win/download/4.0/AdobeAIRSDK.zip
@@ -177,9 +180,9 @@ Install Prerequisites
           The Adobe AIR integration kit for Linux can be downloaded from:
             http://airdownload.adobe.com/air/lin/download/2.6/AdobeAIRSDK.tbz2
 
-        This version of Apache Flex was certified for use with AIR 4.0, and should
-        be compatible with other versions of AIR newer than 3.1. However it hasn't
-        been fully tested on AIR 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.6 or 3.7.
+        This version of Apache Flex was certified for use with AIR 4.0, and
+        should be compatible with other versions of AIR newer than 3.1. However
+        it hasn't been fully tested on AIR 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.6 or 3.7.
 
         Download the AIR SDK for your platform and unzip it. Set AIR_HOME to the
         absolute path of the AIR SDK directory.
@@ -187,31 +190,33 @@ Install Prerequisites
     *4) The Adobe Flash Player content debuggers can be found here:
             http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html
 
-        This version of Apache Flex was certified for use with Adobe Flash Player 11.1,
-        and is compatible with versions 10.2 through 13.0. It has been tested with
-        versions 11.1, 11.7, 11.8, 11.9 and 12.0 on Windows and Mac. It has been compiled
-        against other Adobe Flash Player versions but has not been fully tested. It has
-        not been fully tested on Linux.
+        This version of Apache Flex was certified for use with Adobe Flash
+        Player 11.1, and is compatible with versions 10.2 through 13.0. It has
+        been tested with versions 11.1, 11.7, 11.8, 11.9 and 12.0 on Windows
+        and Mac. It has been compiled against other Adobe Flash Player versions
+        but has not been fully tested. It has not been fully tested on Linux.
 
-        On Windows, set FLASHPLAYER_DEBUGGER to the absolute path including the filename
-        of the FlashPlayerDebugger.exe. Note the filename of flash player debugger maybe
-        different.
+        On Windows, set FLASHPLAYER_DEBUGGER to the absolute path including the
+        filename of the FlashPlayerDebugger.exe. Note the filename of flash
+        player debugger maybe different.
            e.g. C:\MyPath\FlashPlayerDebugger.exe
 
         On the Mac, set FLASHPLAYER_DEBUGGER to the absolute path of
         Flash Player Debugger.app/Contents/MacOS/Flash Player Debugger
 
-        On Linux, set FLASHPLAYER_DEBUGGER to the absolute path of flashplayerdebugger
+        On Linux, set FLASHPLAYER_DEBUGGER to the absolute path of
+        flashplayerdebugger
 
     *5) The Adobe Flash Player playerglobal.swc for 11.1 can be downloaded from:
             http://download.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/updaters/11/playerglobal11_1.swc
 
-        Use URL above to download playerglobal11_1.swc. Create the directory, player/11.1
-        and copy playerglobal11_1.swc to player/11.1/playerglobal.swc.
+        Use URL above to download playerglobal11_1.swc. Create the directory,
+        player/11.1 and copy playerglobal11_1.swc to
+        player/11.1/playerglobal.swc.
 
-        Set PLAYERGLOBAL_HOME to the absolute path of the player directory (not including
-        the version subdirectory). The target-player option controls which
-        PLAYERGLOBAL_HOME subdirectory is used.
+        Set PLAYERGLOBAL_HOME to the absolute path of the player directory (not
+        including the version subdirectory). The target-player option controls
+        which PLAYERGLOBAL_HOME subdirectory is used.
 
         Other more recent versions of Adobe Flash Player playerglobal.swc can be
         downloaded from:
@@ -225,12 +230,13 @@ Install Prerequisites
             http://download.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/updaters/11/playerglobal11_9.swc
             http://download.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/updaters/12/playerglobal12_0.swc
 
-        These can be used with Apache Flex but not all have not been fully tested.
+        These can be used with Apache Flex but not all have not been fully
+        tested.
 
-    *6) The Adobe Extension Manager is only required for those creating releases or
-        testing changes to the flash-integration swc.  Note that if you change APIs on
-        classes that flash-integration depends on, you may need to update
-        flash-integration.
+    *6) The Adobe Extension Manager is only required for those creating releases
+        or testing changes to the flash-integration swc.  Note that if you
+        change APIs on classes that flash-integration depends on, you may need
+        to update flash-integration.
 
         The Adobe Extension Manager for Windows can be downloaded from:
             http://download.macromedia.com/pub/dw_exchange/extension_manager/win/AdobeExtensionManager5All.zip
@@ -238,19 +244,20 @@ Install Prerequisites
          The Adobe Extension Manager for Mac can be downloaded from:
             http://download.macromedia.com/pub/dw_exchange/extension_manager/mac/AdobeExtensionManager5All.dmg
 
-        On Windows, set ADOBE_EXTENSION_MANAGER to the absolute path of "Adobe Extension
-        Manager CS5.exe"
+        On Windows, set ADOBE_EXTENSION_MANAGER to the absolute path of "Adobe
+        Extension Manager CS5.exe"
 
-        On Mac, set ADOBE_EXTENSION_MANAGER to the absolute path of "Adobe Extension
-        Manager CS5.app"
+        On Mac, set ADOBE_EXTENSION_MANAGER to the absolute path of "Adobe
+        Extension Manager CS5.app"
 
-        On Linux, no Adobe Extension Manager exists and there's nothing that needs to be
-        done here.
+        On Linux, no Adobe Extension Manager exists and there's nothing that
+        needs to be done here.
 
 FlashPlayer Configuration
 -------------------------
 
-    For testing, the Adobe Flash Player's mm.cfg file must have the following entries
+    For testing, the Adobe Flash Player's mm.cfg file must have the following
+    entries
 
         ErrorReportingEnable=1
         TraceOutputFileEnable=1
@@ -260,22 +267,23 @@ FlashPlayer Configuration
 Other Locale Support
 --------------------
 
-    The Apache Flex SDK defaults to using the en_US locale and SDK error messages are
-    by default displayed in American English.
+    The Apache Flex SDK defaults to using the en_US locale and SDK error
+    messages are by default displayed in American English.
 
     To compile the SDK for another locale either:
 
-    Change the locale in the build.properties file to have a value other than "en_US".
-    For this new locale to take effect the SDK needs to be recompiled. For example,
-    to use the Australian English locale change locale to have a value of "en_AU"
+    Change the locale in the build.properties file to have a value other than
+    "en_US".  For this new locale to take effect the SDK needs to be recompiled.
+    For example, to use the Australian English locale change locale to have a
+    value of "en_AU"
     like so:
 
         locale = en_AU
 
     OR
 
-    Compile the SDK with a -Dlocale=<locale> option, where <locale> is the new
locale
-    to compile the SDK against.
+    Compile the SDK with a -Dlocale=<locale> option, where <locale> is the new
+    locale to compile the SDK against.
 
     To compile all supported locales, which may take some time, use
 
@@ -286,38 +294,38 @@ Other Locale Support
         de_CH	en_AU	en_US	fr_CH	ja_JP	nl_NL	ru_RU	zh_TW
         de_DE	en_CA	es_ES	fr_FR	ko_KR	pt_BR	sv_SE
 
-    The Apache Flex SDK has only been tested for the en_US locale, however there is
-    unlikely to be any issues with a SDK compiled for another locales.
+    The Apache Flex SDK has only been tested for the en_US locale, however there    is unlikely
to be any issues with a SDK compiled for another locales.
 
 Adobe Flash Player Version Support
 ----------------------------------
 
-    The Apache Flex SDK defaults to using the Adobe Flash Player 11.1. The SDK can be
-    used with Flash Player versions 10.2, 10.3, 11.0, 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 11.4, 11.5,
-    11.6, 11.7, 11.8, 11.9, 12.0 and 13.0.
+    The Apache Flex SDK defaults to using the Adobe Flash Player 11.1. The SDK
+    can be used with Flash Player versions 10.2, 10.3, 11.0, 11.1, 11.2, 11.3,
+    11.4, 11.5, 11.6, 11.7, 11.8, 11.9, 12.0 and 13.0.
 
-    It is recommended that you update to the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.
-    Newer versions of the Adobe Flash player address security vulnerabilities, fix
-    bugs/issues, increase stability, and implement new features.
+    It is recommended that you update to the latest version of Adobe Flash
+    Player.  Newer versions of the Adobe Flash player address security
+    vulnerabilities, fix bugs/issues, increase stability, and implement new
+    features.
 
     To use the SDK for another version of the Adobe Flash Player either:
 
-    Change the flex-config.xml configuration file to specify another version of the
-    Adobe Flash Player.
+    Change the flex-config.xml configuration file to specify another version of
+    the Adobe Flash Player.
 
     OR
 
-    Change the playerglobal.version in the build.properties file to have a value other
-    than "11.1". For this change to take effect the SDK needs to be recompiled.
-    For example to compile against the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player set
-    the value of playerglobal.version to be "12.0" like so:
+    Change the playerglobal.version in the build.properties file to have a value
+    other than "11.1". For this change to take effect the SDK needs to be
+    recompiled.  For example to compile against the latest version of the Adobe
+    Flash Player set the value of playerglobal.version to be "12.0" like so:
 
         playerglobal.version = 12.0
 
     OR
 
-    Compile the SDK with a -Dplayerglobal.version=<version> option, where <version>
is
-    the Adobe Flash Player version to compile the SDK against.
+    Compile the SDK with a -Dplayerglobal.version=<version> option, where
+    <version> is the Adobe Flash Player version to compile the SDK against.
 
 
     Different versions of the Adobe Flash Player require different versions of
@@ -343,8 +351,8 @@ Adobe Flash Player Version Support
 
         frameworks/libs/player/<version>/playerglobal.swc
 
-    Where <version> is the major and minor version numbers of the Adobe Flash Player
-    separated by a period or full stop.
+    Where <version> is the major and minor version numbers of the Adobe Flash
+    Player separated by a period or full stop.
 
     If all of the playerglobal swcs where installed the frameworks/libs/player
     directory structure would look like this.
@@ -379,28 +387,29 @@ Adobe Flash Player Version Support
                     /12.0
                          /playerglobal.swc
 
-    Apache Flex has been tested with Adobe Flash Player 11.1, 11.5, 11.7, 11.8, 11.9
-    and 12.0 on Windows and Mac.
+    Apache Flex has been tested with Adobe Flash Player 11.1, 11.5, 11.7, 11.8,
+    11.9 and 12.0 on Windows and Mac.
 
-    Apache Flex has not been tested on Linux so some issue may exist in this release.
+    Apache Flex has not been tested on Linux so some issue may exist in this
+    release.
 
-    It compiles against other Adobe Flash Player versions and is expected to work but
-    their may be some issues, particularly with the earlier 10.2 and 10.3 versions of
-    the Adobe Flash Player.
+    It compiles against other Adobe Flash Player versions and is expected to
+    work but their may be some issues, particularly with the earlier 10.2 and
+    10.3 versions of the Adobe Flash Player.
 
 Software Dependencies
 ---------------------
 
-    Apache Flex uses third-party code that will be downloaded as part of the Apache
-    Flex build.  In addition, there is some optional third-party code that you can choose
-    to download if you would like to take advantage of the features offered and you agree
-    to the license terms.
+    Apache Flex uses third-party code that will be downloaded as part of the
+    Apache Flex build.  In addition, there is some optional third-party code
+    that you can choose to download if you would like to take advantage of the
+    features offered and you agree to the license terms.
 
     The Apache Version 2.0 license is in the LICENSE file.
 
-    The following dependencies have licenses which are, or are compatible with, the Apache
-    Version 2.0 license.  You will not be prompted to acknowledge the download.  Most
-    of the jars are installed in lib/external.
+    The following dependencies have licenses which are, or are compatible with,
+    the Apache Version 2.0 license.  You will not be prompted to acknowledge the
+    download.  Most of the jars are installed in lib/external.
 
         batik - http://archive.apache.org/dist/xmlgraphics/batik/batik-1.6.zip
         commons-collections - http://archive.apache.org/dist/commons/collections/binaries/commons-collections-3.0.tar.gz
@@ -412,25 +421,27 @@ Software Dependencies
         xalan - http://archive.apache.org/dist/xml/xalan-j/binaries/xalan-j_2_6_0-bin.tar.gz
         xerces - http://archive.apache.org/dist/xerces/j/Xerces-J-bin.2.9.1.zip
 
-    The following dependencies have licenses which Apache considers to be reciprocal
-    licenses so you will be prompted to acknowledge the license before the software is
-    downloaded to your system. These files are installed in frameworks/libs.
+    The following dependencies have licenses which Apache considers to be
+    reciprocal licenses so you will be prompted to acknowledge the license
+    before the software is downloaded to your system. These files are installed
+    in frameworks/libs.
 
         osmf.swc
 
-            Open Source Media Framework v1.0 used for video components
+        Open Source Media Framework v1.0 used for video components
 
-            This file is extracted from:
-            http://sourceforge.net/projects/osmf.adobe/files/OSMF%201.0%20%28final%20source%2C%20ASDocs%2C%20PDF%20guides%2C%20and%20release%20notes%29/OSMF_1.0.zip/download
+        This file is extracted from:
+        http://sourceforge.net/projects/osmf.adobe/files/OSMF%201.0%20%28final%20source%2C%20ASDocs%2C%20PDF%20guides%2C%20and%20release%20notes%29/OSMF_1.0.zip/download
 
-            This software is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1:
-            <http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/>
+        This software is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1:
+        <http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/>
 
-    The following dependencies have licenses which Apache considers to be not compatible
-    with the Apache License Version 2.0. You will be prompted to read and agree to the
-    license terms of the dependency before the software can be downloaded to your system.
-    These are optional components which enable additional features.  They are installed in
-    libs/external/optional.
+    The following dependencies have licenses which Apache considers to be not
+    compatible with the Apache License Version 2.0. You will be prompted to read
+    and agree to the license terms of the dependency before the software can be 
+    downloaded to your system.
+    These are optional components which enable additional features.  They are
+    installed in libs/external/optional.
 
     flex-messaging-common.jar
         Provides integration with Adobe BlazeDS.
@@ -458,37 +469,38 @@ Using the Binary Distribution
 
     You must download the third-party dependencies.
 
-    When you have all the prerequisites in place and the environment variables set,
-    (see Install Prerequisites above -- you cannot use the env.properties file to set
-    the environment variables for these steps.), use
+    When you have all the prerequisites in place and the environment variables
+    set, (see Install Prerequisites above -- you cannot use the env.properties
+    file to set the environment variables for these steps.), use
 
         cd <flex.dir>/frameworks
         ant thirdparty-downloads
 
-    Additionally, you will need to build the RSLS for the SDK before you run the batch files.
+    Additionally, you will need to build the RSLS for the SDK before you run the
+    batch files.
 
         cd <flex.dir>
         ant frameworks-rsls
 
-	To use this SDK in a IDE like Flash Builder 4.6 or 4.7 the SDK needs several other
-	files to be packaged and integrated with the Apache Flex SDK.
+    To use this SDK in a IDE like Flash Builder 4.6 or 4.7 the SDK needs
+    several other files to be packaged and integrated with the Apache Flex SDK.
 
 	If you have an existing installation of Flash Builder run:
 
 		/ide/constructFlexForIDE.sh (on Mac and Linux)
 		/ide/constructFlexForIDE.bat (on Windows)
 
-	This will create an Apache Flex 4.12 SDK that can be used with Flash Builder by
-	copying the required files from the Adobe Flex 4.6 SDK.
+	This will create an Apache Flex 4.12 SDK that can be used with Flash
+        Builder by copying the required files from the Adobe Flex 4.6 SDK.
 
-	To create an SDK for other IDE or if you want to use Adobe AIR 4.0 (rather than
-	AIR 3.1 contained in Adobe Flex 4.6) run:
+	To create an SDK for other IDE or if you want to use Adobe AIR 4.0
+        (rather than AIR 3.1 contained in Adobe Flex 4.6) run:
 
 		/ide/flashbuilder/makeApacheFlexForIDE.sh (on Mac and Linux)
 		/ide/flashbuilder/makeApacheFlexForIDE.bat (on Windows)
 
-	This will create an Apache Flex 4.12 SDK that can be used by an IDE by downloading
-	Adobe Flex 4.6 SDK and Adobe AIR 4.0.
+	This will create an Apache Flex 4.12 SDK that can be used by an IDE by
+        downloading Adobe Flex 4.6 SDK and Adobe AIR 4.0.
 
 Building the Framework in a Binary Distribution
 -----------------------------------------------
@@ -496,66 +508,67 @@ Building the Framework in a Binary Distribution
     The source for most of the framework is included in the binary distribution.
     It can be useful if you wish to debug and/or extend components.
 
-    When you have all the prerequisites in place and the environment variables set,
-    (see Install Prerequisites above), use
+    When you have all the prerequisites in place and the environment variables
+    set, (see Install Prerequisites above), use
 
         cd <flex.dir>/frameworks
         ant main        (or just ant since the default target is main)
 
-    to download the third-party dependencies and build the Flex framework.  You may be
-    prompted to acknowledge some of the downloads.  Since the third-party dependencies
-    take a little while to download and they don't change very often, they are not
-    cleaned with the regular clean target.
+    to download the third-party dependencies and build the Flex framework.  You 
+    may be prompted to acknowledge some of the downloads.  Since the third-party
+    dependencies take a little while to download and they don't change very
+    often, they are not cleaned with the regular clean target.
 
-    To clean the build, of everything other than the downloaded third-party dependencies
-    use
+    To clean the build, of everything other than the downloaded third-party
+    dependencies use
 
         ant clean
 
-    To clean the build, of everything, including the downloaded third-party dependencies
-    use
+    To clean the build, of everything, including the downloaded third-party
+    dependencies use
 
         ant super-clean (which is just thirdparty-clean followed by clean)
 
 Building the Source in the Source Distribution
 ----------------------------------------------
 
-    The source for both the Flex compiler and the Flex framework is included in the
-    source distribution.  The compiler is in the modules directory and the framework
-    is in the frameworks directory.
+    The source for both the Flex compiler and the Flex framework is included in
+    the source distribution.  The compiler is in the modules directory and the
+    framework is in the frameworks directory.
 
-	Because the sdk uses the Text Layout Framework, you will have to clone it too
-	and link it to the textLayout project of the sdk:
+	Because the sdk uses the Text Layout Framework, you will have to clone
+        it too and link it to the textLayout project of the sdk:
 
 	cd <flex.dir>/..
 	git clone https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/flex-tlf.git tlf
 
-    When you have all the prerequisites in place and the environment variables set
-    (see Install Prerequisites above), use
+    When you have all the prerequisites in place and the environment variables
+    set (see Install Prerequisites above), use
 
         cd <flex.dir>
         ant main        (or just ant since the default target is main)
 
-    to download the thirdparty dependencies and build the source.  You may be prompted
-    to acknowledge and/or confirm some of the downloads.  Since the third-party
-    dependencies take a little while to download and they don't change very often, they
-    are not cleaned with the regular clean target.
+    to download the thirdparty dependencies and build the source.  You may be
+    prompted to acknowledge and/or confirm some of the downloads.  Since the
+    third-party dependencies take a little while to download and they don't
+    change very often, they are not cleaned with the regular clean target.
 
     If you would like to build the RSLs, use
 
         ant frameworks-rsls
 
-    To clean the build, of everything other than the downloaded third-party dependencies
-    use
+    To clean the build, of everything other than the downloaded third-party
+    dependencies use
 
         ant clean
 
-    To clean the build, of everything, including the downloaded third-party dependencies
-    use
+    To clean the build, of everything, including the downloaded third-party
+    dependencies use
 
         ant super-clean (which is just thirdparty-clean followed by clean)
 
-    To generate a source distribution package and a binary distribution package use
+    To generate a source distribution package and a binary distribution package
+    use
 
         ant -Dbuild.number=<YYYYMMDD> -Dbuild.noprompt= release
 


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