[mtasc] MTASC will remain alive???
bpoulin at actional.com
Wed Feb 1 23:05:57 CET 2006
The "unifying tool" - this is what HaXe is trying to do btw. One language for all:
You are not *forced* to create flash content with another language, why would you say that?
You'll have the choice of staying with ActionScript if it fills your needs:
You can use Adobe/Flex2/AS3/Eclipse platform (AFAIK eclipse runs on Linux) OR use AS2/MTASC/FAMES (which also runs on linux).
From: mtasc-bounces at lists.motion-twin.com [mailto:mtasc-bounces at lists.motion-twin.com] On Behalf Of Karlisson M. Bezerra
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 4:08 PM
To: MotionTwin ActionScript2 Compiler List
Subject: RE: [mtasc] MTASC will remain alive???
Oh sorry for my error.....I never mentioned that prefer AS1 ....I just omitted the "2" .... :)
I just don't feel confortable with the idea that we will forced to create swf content
with another language....this is the platform fragmentation that many free flashers
fear...why we just can't have a unique tool to develop flash for linux? I mentioned
the idea of a IDE for Linux, like f4l, a project who changed it name to UIRA, but
the software isn't ideal for work yet.
I known haxe came to override much problems of MTASC....I have already read
about it, but I have said...for proper experience, the linux users for who I spoke
feel much more confortable if they can create flash content with a tool similar to
the Flash IDE and not learning several tools and another languages different from
My opinion is not only mine. It is based in the feedback i received from people
that uses Flash on Windows and wouldn't like to have problems in developing on
Karlisson M. Bezerra
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