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Building ActionScript Mobile Project with command line

Engaged ,
Mar 21, 2013 Mar 21, 2013

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Hey guys, trying to figure out how to compile a project originally created in Flash Builder 4.7 as an ActionScript Mobile Project with the command line. I found mxmlc and that seems to be exactly what I need but it seems to only take a .mxml file and with this project type no .mxml was generated by Flash Builder.

Am I supposed to just create one manually? I am hoping there is an easier way because the long term goal is to keep working with Flash Builder for development and then use command line to actually deploy the final product and I don't want to have to maintain a .mxml file.

Any suggestions? I would need instructions for Windows - thanks!

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Engaged , Mar 21, 2013 Mar 21, 2013

The solution was to use the -dump-config parameter inside of Flash Builder and then use this to pass as an argument to mxmlc with the -load-config parameter. Thanks guys

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The solution was to use the -dump-config parameter inside of Flash Builder and then use this to pass as an argument to mxmlc with the -load-config parameter. Thanks guys

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