Okay, so the turnkey project is a shell. Meaning that it contains all of the code required to demonstrate how unit tests are executed and some type of unit tests you may want to run.
During our build process, we build the FlexUnit libraries and the FlexUnit UI Listener and we shove those into the libraries folder of the turnkey project. The result is the Zip file that Simeon posted. So, if you are syncing the git code, you either need to copy the output of the UIListener project and the FlexUnit project (both swc files) into the libs folder of the Turnkey project, or you need to adjust the turnkey project in your IDE of choice to depend upon the code in the FlexUnit and UIListener projects.
We don't check those binaries into git as they would change with every build... meaning a build would result in a checkin... which would result in a build... which would result in a checkin... you get the point
If you download the zip from the link Simeon posted, you will find that same turnkey project inside, but with all of those libraries already put in the correct place for you.
Right now, you are receiving that error because it wants, but can't find, the UIListener project's swc file.
Thanks Simeon, the turnkey project in that zip works, even though its an older Flex 3 App. I'd like to get this going with Flex 4.
Michael, I'll try manually adding the UIListener and core swc's to the turnkey project from your git repo project and see how that fairs.
Also, I have some pure as3 projects that I'd like to test. I dont have a 'libs' folder per se, but it looks like I will need one to use flexunit, yeah?
Appreciate the quick responses, guys!
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