I doubt that you will see Flashbuilder for linux until there is some concrete evidence that the shows the linux market is commercially viable. With linux struggling to maintain a 2% desktop market share and even less if you only count the main stream distros its an indicator that there isn't much of a market out there for commercially based gui development tools. One would have to ask why has Flexbuilder been around in alpha for so long ?, I think the answer to that would also be the same answer to 'will Flashbuilder be available for Linux'. I might be wrong but if I was a share holder in a software company that was about to invest in the linux desktop market i would be dumping those shares faster than i could dial the number of my broker.
this is a port version for linux:
a project to port the Adobe Flash Builder to Linux
Hmmmm, and how exactly do you 'port' commercial software, Flex SDK is open source so sure you could develop a gumbo ide for the sdk but all those features beyond the sdk that actually are what Flashbuilder is about come out of Adobe you can't have a (one-long-dhonge) version of Flashbuilder with Adobe trade marks your post shouldn't even be here in the forums.
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Now adobehas abandoned support for linux user,so the fb4linuxis only
temporary to meet the needs of linux developers and not for commercial
purposes of infringement
If adobe mind, then such project'll can not continue, because I had port
an unofficial flexbuilder 3 for linux（At that time, not yet an official
linux version released）, when adobe does not mind, but also on the labs site
, given for the needs of linux users of my an unofficial flexbuilder 3 for