I have a simple Flash movie with a few components
(FLVPlayback and text fields). The code is in an external .as file.
The class in that .as file is configured as the movie's document
class. When I publish this to SWF in Flash, the compiler merges the
stage objects with the ActionScript class code in the external
I would like to do exactly this but with an mxmlc-based build
process (FDT) and I'd like to know if this is possible.
What I had in mind was to export an .swc from Flash, but
without the external class file, just the stage with the few
graphical objects. Then I'd like to have mxmlc compile the .as file
and merge the result with the stuff in the .swf or .swc generated
by Flash. The question is how can I merge the .as class and the
class in this .swc file? Is there a way to tell mxmlc to merge
these things if they share the same class name? I guess I'm looking
for something similar to the "Document Class" feature provided by