[mtasc] Will -version 9 for AS2.0 syntax be supported?
isadovskiy at gmail.com
Thu May 10 12:38:12 CEST 2007
Cool! Thank you for your response, Nocolas :)
On 5/10/07, Nicolas Cannasse <ncannasse at motion-twin.com> wrote:
> > Hello Nicolas.
> > Adobe Flash CS3 (9) is now released and I see there is a possibility to
> > compile code targeted Flash Player 9 using both As2 and As3 syntax. But
> > Flash 9 uses to separate core classes sets to compile As2 and As3 code.
> > For As3 projects it uses Flex 2 core classes while for As2 projects it
> > uses a little bit extended class set from Flash 8.
> > So, as I understand, actually Flash 9 compiles As2 projects to target
> > AVM2 with a little bit extended API in Flash Player 9. If so, it won't
> > be a problem to add such support to MTASC. Just add "std9" folder and
> > "-version 9" option support to compiler, update generated SWF's header
> > with appropriate version info and etc...
> > May be I'm wrong since I wasn't able to make deep researches. So what do
> > you think about?
> It will be done soon.
> Actually Philippe Elsass (of the FlashDevelop team) sent me the std9
> headers and haXe has been updated accordingly. There are not so much
> changes anyway... And the AS2 code is compiled to AVM1, not AVM2 ;)
> MTASC : no more coffee break while compiling
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