2364 readersIn several of my previous posts about the use of the HFCD ant tasks, HFCD Ant Tasks Outperform Adobe Flex Ant Tasks… Ant Tasks for HFCD Now Available Coming Soon: Ant Tasks for HFCD I only mentioned in the build.xml example that you can connect to one HFCD server instance. What I did not mention
2693 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
3022 readersSome developers don’t use Flex Builder and wonder how they can use HFCD from the command line or with their favorite Flex IDEs. I have just made some HFCD zip archives available: http://bytecode-workshop.com/hfcd/3/download/hfcd_3.2.0_full.zip http://bytecode-workshop.com/hfcd/3/download/hfcd_3.3.0_full.zip http://bytecode-workshop.com/hfcd/3/download/hfcd_3.4.1_full.zip http://bytecode-workshop.com/hfcd/3/download/hfcd_3.5.0_full.zip http://bytecode-workshop.com/hfcd/4/download/hfcd_4.0.0_full.zip http://bytecode-workshop.com/hfcd/4/download/hfcd_4.1.0_full.zip You don’t have to download all of them… just pick the version that you intend to use.
2039 readersHello, HFCD is going to expire in a few days, so here is another update. HFCD 3: http://stopcoding.org/hfcd/3/download HFCD 4: http://stopcoding.org/hfcd/4/download There are several bug fixes and some nice enhancements: 1. I should have mentioned in my last HFCD update that HFCD 3 now supports Flex SDK 3.2.0, 3.3.0, 3.4.1 and 3.5.0. 2. Before this
3063 readersAnt macros are a nice way to reduce the size of build scripts, especially when you have lot's of modules and runtime shared libraries. The macrodef task always contains a sequential task containing all the actions to be done and multiple attributes and elements. The first example is a macro for compiling modules using the mxmlc task (for applications you
2342 readersIn the past couple of months, I managed to fix a few issues and add some enhancements to HFCD. They are now in the latest HFCD build (2010-09-18). Let me briefly describe what they are: Exclusion Filters The default behavior of the HFCD plugin is to upload all of the files in a Flex project
22686 readersHere’s a quick tip to generate swc file using ant task with the Java tags. There are plenty of example of using the compc tag like this one below:
4655 readersIts nice to see Flex SDK adding functionality to support multi-screen. I quickly wanted to get my hands-on the Burrito and Hero before the trial period expires.I started with a simple to-do list application. What is the feature set? As Simple as it could be.Create a task (enter task name, task details, set the priority)
2415 readersHi, I’m pleased to announce that HFCD 4 is now officially available. HFCD 4 for Flash Builder achieves better Flex (full and incremental) build performance than Flex 3 and Flex 4 by utilizing: all of the Flex 4 compiler performance improvements multicore processor technology techniques to build Flex apps in the background. and allows builds
7991 readersThe Flash Builder is great at organizing projects and all the build dependencies that revolve around large projects. Creating build scripts (typically ant build scripts using mxmlc/compc Flex ant tasks) can be complex and hard to recreate all the subtleties of the Flash Builder project build process. There is a new feature that is part
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