9231 readersIf you ever experience a message like “Error: Java Heap Space” when building, cleaning or generating a bin-release for a project in Flash Builder 4, try the following as a remedy: 1. Open the following files: a) /install_dir/sdks/3.5.0/bin/jvm.config b) /install_dir/sdks/4.0.0/bin/jvm.config 2. Locate the following line found under # Arguments to VM: java.args=-Xmx384m -Dsun.io.useCanonCaches=false 3. Increase
2690 readersI was setting up another project today and I ran into an odd issue with compc in my ant tasks. Here is the error that I was getting:compile: [compc] java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: flex2/tools/Compc [compc] Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: flex2.tools.Compc [compc] at java.net.URLClassLoader$1.run(Unknown Source) [compc] at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method) [compc] at java.net.URLClassLoader.findClass(Unknown Source) [compc] at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) [compc] at sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown
2017 readersMany people have asked if we use Maven or Ant for Flex builds…while we like Maven for Java, we don’t like Maven for Flex. It’s not that we don’t like Maven in general (obviously since we’re cool with it for Java), we just found it’s almost too much trouble with Flex. It never fails to
2978 readersJust a quick reminder after running the same cryptic error twice in a row. !ENTRY com.adobe.flexbuilder.project 4 43 2011-01-11 13:05:06.488 !MESSAGE Uncaught exception in compiler !STACK 0 java.lang.NullPointerException at flex2.compiler.mxml.lang.TypeCompatibility.checkSingleton(TypeCompatibility.java:98) at flex2.compiler.mxml.lang.TypeCompatibility.check(TypeCompatibility.java:79) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.checkTypeCompatibility(Builder.java:1015) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.checkTypeCompatibility(Builder.java:993) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.processRValueNodes(Builder.java:804) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.processPropertyNodes(Builder.java:605) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.processPropertyNodes(Builder.java:561) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.ComponentBuilder$ComponentChildNodeHandler.property(ComponentBuilder.java:221) at flex2.compiler.mxml.lang.ChildNodeHandler$CoreDeclarationHandler.property(ChildNodeHandler.java:188) Looks familiar? Using the - by the way loved
5467 readersFlex-Mojos is a set of Maven plugins that allow you to do command-line builds for Flex projects. The real power comes from being able to leverage the power of Maven to do your entire build (front-end, back-end, unit testing, and integration testing) on...
2839 readersM2eclipse is a great maven plug in for eclipse, When I tried to install it on my Flash Builder 4 stand alone version, I got the following error:Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: Maven Integration for Eclipse (Required) 0.10.0.20100209-0800 (org.maven.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group 0.10.0.20100209-0800) Missing requirement: Maven
2443 readersThis post is for my own future reference because I have forgotten about this problem until a recent reinstall of Windows 7. After a clean install of Windows 7, trying to use compc and/or mxmlc from the Flex SDK through command line may yield a “System Error” message: It seems like Microsoft somehow forgot to
7520 readersLately there are lot of questions on the flex monkey forum running the functional testing with maven. However there are more questions related to converting the ant script into maven stuff. Thought of posting the steps that we use to run the automated testing with maven. Create a maven profile to run the automation tests
1604 readersThis only makes sense to those here in DC right now :) The AIR desktop install badge is here. Remember survey submissions are entries in the raffle!
3439 readersFlash & Flex Developer’s Magazine just released the June issue. It highlights Flash/Air development on Android. No more of those same old mobile development problem with Java apps, which continues to haunt to this day on Android platform. This will surely stop my attempt to make AS3-like Java API project.
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