[mtasc] getting started with MTASC remoting
hank777 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 20:14:14 CEST 2005
I know MTASC doesnt support #include. That is why I am trying to
figure out what to do.
I already downloaded the file you just referenced me to. I ran the
installer and did not see new classes that look like they would be
helpful. But then again part of the problem is you dont download
classes, you download an installer that seems to do magical (or at
least undescribed) things to your flash installation.
Since I have already tried to do exactly what you suggested I do,
perhaps you, or someone could tell me the exact path (relative to my
flash installation) for the needed .as files. That is all I am looking
for. That way, if they are really not there then I will know that
somehow the magical installer isnt installing what it is supposed to
and I can try to get the files from elsewhere.
On 9/15/05, David Rorex <drorex at gmail.com> wrote:
> MTASC doesn't support #include. You are referring to the old, AS1
> remoting classes. You should download the AS2 remoting classes. You
> can either use the components, and drop the remoting library component
> into a swf, and use that swf with mtasc, or you can download the
> remoting classes as .as files, and compile them directly with mtasc.
> (note, there might be one or two little changes you need to make to
> them to get them to compile)
> -David R
> On 9/15/05, hank williams <hank777 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am trying to get remoting up and running with mtasc.
> > in the old days (MMC) all I needed to do was #include NetServices.as
> > It appears that mtasc will compile my code (even though I use remoting
> > methods and objects) without the #include. But it doesnt do anything -
> > which I should have expected, though I have to admit I was hoping it
> > would magically work!
> > Anyway I have read some old postings where someone seems to be
> > refering to some mx.remoting.xxx classes. I dont seem to have these. I
> > do have mx.remoting.debugging.xxx classes, but those would obviously
> > not be useful for this.
> > So, anyway if someone can tell me how to get from #include
> > NetServices.as to an mtasc compatible thing, that would be great.
> > Hank
> > --
> > MTASC : no more coffee break while compiling
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