1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 14, 2008 9:56 AM by Oliver Goldman

    Air Command line

    CCopperpot
      I know you can compile / build AIR apps from command line, but can you run them from command line? I've looked through adt, adl, mxmlc and can't find anything.
        • 1. Re: Air Command line
          Oliver Goldman Adobe Employee
          Yes, you can. ADL is used to run your application from the command line during development, i.e., before it's been installed.

          After it's been installed, you just run the application directly. (If you check the install directory for your application, you'll see that it contains a native executable sharing your application's name. Run that.)