Since I regard unit testing as a pretty important feature, I would welcome Adobe's feedback in this discussion.
That code seems to launch the standalone flash player.
Can you check if you have .swf files associated with a standlone FlashPlayer executable? On Vista/Win7, if you do Run as Administrator for standalone player, it will automatically associate with .swf files.
thanks for getting back to me.
I just went to the controls panel (under Systemsteuerung\Programme\Standardprogramme\Dateizuordnungen festlegen, sorry, German) I can see:
Description: Shockwave Flash Object
Application: Unknown application
Also, double clicking a swf file prompts me with a dialog saying Windows can't openit since it doesn't know how.
Double click a SWF file, choose "Select a program from a list of installed programs", hit OK, click on Browse, point to FBinstalldir/player/win/10.1/FlashPlayerDebugger.exe. Make sure "Always use the selected program to open this type of file" is checked, hit OK.
That should fix the problem.
P.S: In the upcoming version, we've made this smoother. It does not rely on SWF extension being associated anymore, just picks up the player from the Flash Builder installation directory.
Nope, sorry, doesn't fix it. I have assigned the file association, so everytime I double-click an SWF, it launches the debugger flash player found in FB install.
Also have restarted FB and tried several times. Same popup message.
Did you notice that this happens in a library project?
Im having the same issue.
Flex Library Applicaiton, executing FlexUnit tests fail for the same reason.
Note... It works on OS/X, but not on Windows7.