[Arp] Natural Entry Point method -- ARP, MTASC, SWFMILL -- ho w to compile the classes ready for swfmill
Davies, Grant M.
grant.davies at nscorp.com
Mon Mar 6 06:24:43 PST 2006
Actually I (I'm the resident alien) use the natural entry point now :)
Simplest thing I do...
Create a symbol in your library, I usually call mine:
com.mycompany.ApplicationForm as the linkage name
I then drag a copy to the stage of the root timeline.
I then create a class called
class com.mycompany.Application form extends ArpForm
public static function main()
// do nothing, using natural entry point
public static function onLoad():Void
and thats it .
From: Arp-bounces at ariaware.com [mailto:Arp-bounces at ariaware.com] On Behalf
Of lazy gekko
Sent: Monday, March 06, 2006 6:36 AM
To: arp at ariaware.com
Subject: [Arp] Natural Entry Point method -- ARP, MTASC, SWFMILL -- how to
compile the classes ready for swfmill
I'd be grateful if someone could explain briefly how to compile an ARP
application using the Natural Entry Point method as described by Aral.
I'm not using ANT, so ideally this would be through the use of a batch file.
My difficulty is the compiling of the classes into a library swf, ready for
swfmill to use (the swfmill side I have no problem with).
I read the tutorials on theresidentalien, however these use the skeletal
Many thanks for some guidance. My hair is currently falling out in large
clumps with confusion.
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