[mtasc] MTASC will remain alive???
Joeri van Oostveen
zokdok at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 10:46:42 CET 2006
I haven't read all replies yet, but I was wondering, as I'm developing
on a Mac. Will there be an Intel version of mtasc on macos x? Or is
there no need for one? (I only understand ActionScript and PHP, hehe)
thanks in advance!
On 2/5/06, Timo Stamm <t.stamm at macnews.de> wrote:
> Ralf Bokelberg schrieb:
> > I just installed the beta of Flexbuilder and it looks like it compiles
> > incrementally too. This is definitely a great thing. No longer waiting
> > for compilation.
> Java compiles into seperate class files, but the flash player requires
> an swf container. So I guess actionscript classes are compiled into swc
> files which are linked later?
> This means that there is still a build step necessary whose complexity
> grows with the complexity of your application (unlike incrementally
> compiled java apps). But this is probably only relevant in a few cases.
> MTASC : no more coffee break while compiling
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