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Flash Pro CS6 - What is Best Practices for where to put the Document Class?

Apr 1, 2013 7:29 PM

Tags: #cs5.5 #3.0 #flash_cs5 #flash_professional #flash_cs5.5 #cs6 #flash_cs6

Suppose you are given a folder with these 5 things in it:

 

folder: bin

folder: src

folder: lib

folder obj

ProjectName.as3proj

 

I am right now just creating a .fla called ProjectNameShell.fla that is basically an empty file. I just use it to publish through CS6 and also state which class to start from. Is the standard place to put this fla in this first folder or in src?

 
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    Apr 3, 2013 7:29 AM   in reply to Action_Squish

    Looks like a FlashDevelop project. In that I'd put FLA and project-specific classes in /src. Any 3rd party code in /lib. Publish to /bin. /obj is the wildcard, which could be complex objects (3d, etc). Some people choose to keep the FLA in the root folder (not in any of those folders) and leave /src to just project-specific code (mostly for easy repository usage). 

     

    There's no "perfect" way to do it. Just be on the same page with the people you work with.

     
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