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There's a build.xml file with the source code that will allow you to automatically do that.
As prerequisites, you should get ant, SDK 4.5.1, ant-contrib jar, latest flexunit. Then you should change the properties file to point to the right tools and it should compile OSMF and some inportant projects.
Let me know if you need more help with the tooling.
Thanks - that was very helpful. I've gotten most of the way there, but the compilation is now failing with a message that compc can't open airglobal.swc, even the path to airglobal.swc that it reports looks correct. I'm running this in an administrator-privileged DOS window, FWIW.
I have airglobal.swc on my system at
and the error I get from compc is
"Error: Could not open '/f/frameworks/libs/air/airglobal.swc'"
Is there anything you can suggest?
You should not need airglobal for compiling osmf.swc - I think it's needed for the unit tests. You could comment them in the build script.
Actually it turns out that the problem was just the path formats in the build-config.xml files - I didn't realise I needed to update them to use windows-format path separators. I did and now everything works fine. Thanks again for the help.
It's pretty strange, we use them on a windows machine to make the build and they work. It could be linked to the ant settings or something similar, sinc eit should support forward slashes as well.