[mtasc] Re: [osflash] Discussing new home for MTASC
hw at freemind-design.de
Fri Nov 27 17:50:45 CET 2009
guess (if i remember this correctly) ale muñoz might be able to do
so: +1 for github
Tristan Schmelcher wrote:
> If someone can make the build I'll gladly upload it onto the site.
> On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 9:02 PM, henrik weber <hw at freemind-design.de
> <mailto:hw at freemind-design.de>> wrote:
> good news! but is someone willing to make a universal build for
> mac users? ;)
> Tristan Schmelcher wrote:
>> As some of you probably know, Motion-Twin no longer actively maintains
>> MTASC due to their focus on their new haXe language. But since haXe is
>> not compatible with AS source code, a lot of people still have a need
>> for MTASC. Recently I started a new home for MTASC at
>> https://sourceforge.net/projects/mtasc/ and I have released a new 1.15
>> version with two new features that were developed internally at Google
>> (Flash 9 support and overlength classes support). In the long-term
>> though I don't see myself continuing to work on MTASC. Ideally I'd
>> like to see it be taken over by the community. Paul Wise (the
>> maintainer for the package in Debian Linux) suggested I contact this
>> list and see if we can figure out what MTASC's future should be.
>> Another developer recommended moving the new home to github.com <http://github.com>, so
>> that may happen too at some point. In the short-term though, I'd be
>> more than happy to incorporate any patches or improvements that you've
>> all hacked together for MTASC into the new version.
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> MTASC : no more coffee break while compiling
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