How to conf. gradle file to build module

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Jack

04 Nov, 2014 06:00 AM

Hi,

I am a newbie in gradlefx and I have known that gradlefx do not support "module" currently. The gradlefx team suggests us to seperate projects for the modules(http://support.gradlefx.org/discussions/questions/76-gradlefx-build-modules). I'd like to know what shold be configurated to build the module project? In another word, how can I call "compc" to build my .swf file?
I mentioned this in doc. "additionalCompilerOptions [] false Additional compiler options you want to specify to the compc or mxmlc compiler. Can be like [‘-target-player=10’, ‘-strict=false’]". Seems gradlefx support compc currently?
thx~

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Yennick Trevels on 04 Nov, 2014 07:23 AM

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    GradleFx currently supports both compc (for library projects) and mxmlc (for application projects).

    The compc compiler will generate a 'swc' file. The mxmlc compiler will generate a 'swf' file. So to use the compc compiler, you'll have a swc-based project. See http://doc.gradlefx.org/en/latest/basic_setup.html#defining-the-pro... for defining the project type, which is an essential property for every GradleFx-based build. This defines what type of file will be generated.

    So to answer your question of "how can I call compc to build my swf file": Basically, you can't, since GradleFx will always use the mxmlc compiler to build a swf file. That's because how those compilers work, the mxmlc compiler's function is to generate swf files.

  2. 2 Posted by Jack on 04 Nov, 2014 08:05 AM

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    Sorry for misunderstanding compc.
    thx a lot:)

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