2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 28, 2008 7:10 AM by ugrowemweschickm

    mxmlc - "Unable to resolve resource bundle "rpc" for locale "en_US"

    ugrowemweschickm
      I'm attempting to compile a project that complies just fine using the Flex Builder plugin on linux. But when I compile via the mxmlc command line compiler I get these odd errors:

      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "SharedResources" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "rpc" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "rpc" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "SharedResources" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "logging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "logging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "messaging" for locale "en_US".
      Error: Unable to resolve resource bundle "states" for locale "en_US".


      the command I'm executing is:

      mxmlc -source-path src -library-path libs ~/bin/flex_builder_alpha_4/sdks/3.0.0/frameworks/libs -output myApp.swf myApp.mxml

      'src' is just where all my source code is. 'libs' is where I have all the swc files I'm using. Now you'll notice that I have specified the path to the standard flex frameworks, do I always have to do this when using mxmlc? Or is there something wonky about my code that is creating that requirement? Because I complied a quick application with just a button in it and I didn't have to add the flex framework into the include path.

      Thanks for taking the time to read.