[mtasc] creating a FLA-less application
ncannasse at motion-twin.com
Wed Jul 13 10:43:49 CEST 2005
I'm a little confused as to whether or not it's possible to create meaningful SWF's without a FLA. MTASC.org strongly insinuates that you can, but I haven't seen a concrete example yet.
After reading a number of posts, I came up with the basic no-brainer class.
And, to a VERY limited extent, it works. That is, as long as the referenced class does not extend mx.core.UIComponent.
-mx assume that the mx classes you need are already present in the SWF, so if you never opened the IDE you can't have them. You could try without -mx but the MX components require quite a lot of fixes before being usable with MTASC ( actually with improvments of the compiler it should be now near-possible to compile them directly, if somebody is interested on working on a patch ).
Another possibility would be to have an already compiled SWF with all MX components...
Please note also that you need an IDE licence to use MX components, I guess.
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