There were a few issues indeed with maven and the version of the sdk we used in the sample.
I just fixed by comitting a few upgrades in the builds:
* we migrated the todo sample to flex-mojos 4 (you'll have to migrate to maven3 as well)
** This change was tested with maven 3.0.2.
* and the flex sdk to 188.8.131.5223.
Please note that as mentioned in the flexmojos docs in addition, there is one JAR (AIR development tools) that is packaged with the Flex SDK but is not open source.
Because of this, flexMojos cannot host this artifact. To build from source, you will need to install this artifact into your own private repo:
mvn install:install-file -DgroupId=com.adobe.flex -DartifactId=adt -Dversion=184.108.40.20623 -Dpackaging=jar -Dfile=adt.jar
This JAR is bundled with the Flex SDK, which is freely available from: http://opensource.adobe.com/wiki/display/flexsdk/Downloads
This changes (cf. http://forums.adobe.com/thread/788583?tstart=0 ) should fix the issue you were facing with our todo sample.
If you still have any, feel free to ping us again.
Meanwhile there's also a very nice and very simple sample on sonatype docs presenting the maven/java/flex stack (but without cairngorm) :
I replied directly to your thread (it didn't work yet). BTW, I would like to ask you (or anyone else) 2 questions:
- Do you guys have any plan of separating todo_sample from cairngorm 3 source code? So far its pom.xml extends from cairngorm3 source code. Yes, I know, it is reusability but I think it is not so portable.
- Has anyone configure the whole app on Eclipse? I tried but the project types are not recognized properly by Eclipse (helios). I tried "mvn flexmojos:flexbuilder" as well, it makes Eclipse uses maven dependencies and recognizes the project type. But still I got many build path error.
I hope there will be a complete guide for this cool sample soon.
I recently publish a fork of this todo sample in git cf. https://github.com/Adobe-TXI/cairngorm3-todo-sample
The flashbuilder files are committed just use them
As for the java project files you may use M2eclipse to generate them
a complete guide, that will come: what kind of stuff are looking for in this guide ?