Maybe I can't because there proprietary - which would explain alot. But i recently started a new lib project in Flash builder 4.5 and I included the air libs with it. I wanted to see what one of the as files in the air lib looked like - just for fun and upon dwevlving into a package and clicking on a .as file I could at first see that it had methods I could call and what some of those methods took, but upon trying to see what was in the file - I got a dialogue that states:
source code could not be found for adobe.util.CustomActions at (the location in programs where the libs are apparently held under the flex sdk)
it was a navagation error.
So I went to where it said it didt exsit and found the airglobals.swc
So is adobe not allowing us to see the source code for such files? I dont really care - its just in one of the videos on Adobe tv it showed one of the guys going into a swc and seeing the source code. but i was just curious.
Any one have any ideas? explanations or reasons as to why I cant see the source code for a adobe air lib file - other then "because your not allowed"
Some things are not actually backed by Actionscript. The runtime just
emulates AS classes
out of curiositiy any idea as to what are actually as classes that I can peek into? or is it all "emulated"?