1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 25, 2009 1:28 PM by matthew horn

    Flex 3 - compile error using mxmlc

    AnnieK

      Hi All,

       

      When I compile my flex app using the command line, the following error is thrown:

       

      [mxmlc] Warning: 'compiler.fonts.flash-type' has been deprecated since 3.0. Please use 'compiler.fonts.advanced-anti-aliasing'.
      [mxmlc]
      [mxmlc] .........Error: Interface IBindingClient was not found.

       

      Has anyone encountered this before (compiles OK using Flex Builder)?

       

      Thanks

      Annette

        • 1. Re: Flex 3 - compile error using mxmlc
          matthew horn Level 3

          The name of a compiler option has changed. You can get rid of this error by editing your flex-config.xml file. In there, you might see a line like this:

           

                  <flash-type>true</flash-type>

           

          Change it to:

           

                    <advanced-anti-aliasing>true</advanced-anti-aliasing>

           

          You don't get it in Flex Builder because it's using a different flex-config.xml file most likely. The difference was made between, I think, versions 3.0 and 3.2 of the SDK.

           

          hth,

          matt horn

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