When try to compile an example project in FlashDevelop (e.g. museum timeline)
I got next error:
Could not locate lib\mxmlc.jar or lib\mxmlc-cli.jar in Flex SDK
I've configured Flex 4.6 and AIR 3.1 as default SDK and the Open Exhibits 4.1 as custom SDK
Is that correct?
The Flex SDK do have mxmlc.jar in the lib dir, mxmlc-cli is not available.
Ive seen this issue for multiple examples,
Does anyone encounter simular issue? I like to compile the exhibit examples
I had that problem too. If you just set Flex 4.6 and AIR 3.1 as the default sdk, you should be fine (worked for me though). So no OpenExhibits SDK as your Custom SDK. Im still confused on how to setup things right (never really get the tutorial stuff as a total beginner. At the moment i think, the OE Sdk provides all the classes and stuff for setting up new projects...but that a blind guess). Anyway, with that configuration, i did manage to edit project stuff light museum timeline or solar exhibit (i wanted another font). Maybe its worth a try
Thank you for the reply,
I Agree that a tutorial is missing about how to setup and run example projects in FlashDevelop
I'am also struggling with the correct settings and SDK's
However, Only setting the Flex4.6 and AIR 3.1 SDK as default will not help in my case.
I've tried this on multiple systems. When I do not use the OpenExhibits SDK (as custom SDK) I got next errors:
C:\Users\evert.huijben\Downloads\open-exhibits-solar-system-exhibit-master\src\Main.as(21): col: 28 Error: The definition of base class GestureWorks was not found.
public class Main extends GestureWorks
C:\Users\evert.huijben\Downloads\open-exhibits-solar-system-exhibit-master\src\Main.as(34): col: 31 Error: Method marked override must override another method.
override protected function gestureworksInit():void
Does someone have any idea?
In the meanwhile I've found the issue;
I've found a hidden document about configuring the FlashDevelop Environment:
This is not linked in the tutorial page.
In this document you can find that you have to add the OE libs as a ClassPath
you have to add the directory where you have installed the SDK, usualy c:/username/OpenExhibits/Libs
Once you have done this GestureWorks*.swc files are added to the References/lib folder of your project.
Now you have to right-click each of these libs and click the 'add to library' item
When I did this I was able to build all examples.
However, It would be nice that all tutorials can be find directly and are not hidden on the website,