[mtasc] large static data and 32k limit
ralf.bokelberg at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 23:28:03 CET 2007
Another way to get around it, is to use a framescript.
You can create it using swfmill or the flash ide
On 3/9/07, Nicolas Cannasse <ncannasse at motion-twin.com> wrote:
> > So here's what I don't understand. I've tried to cut down the array
> > just enough so that it compiles without hitting the 32K limit.
> > This results in a .swf file size of 4K, not 32K. The actual source
> > file is just over 32K, but I thought that the limit had to do with
> > the compiled bytecode, not the source file size. Can anyone explain
> > this?
> The SWF is compressed, and the 32K limit is in terms of uncompressed data.
> > Also, in an earlier message
> > (http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/mtasc/2006-March/029523.html)
> > Nicolas said:
> >> Typicaly, if the data contains only static variables, it will work.
> > This in reference to removing the 32K check from mtasc.
> > So if I remove the check when compiling a class that contains just
> > static data like above, can I expect mtasc to produce a good .swf?
> MTASC : no more coffee break while compiling
Ralf Bokelberg <ralf.bokelberg at gmail.com>
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