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Key: FDT-2613
Type: Bug Bug
Status: Closed Closed
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: Critical Critical
Assignee: FDT Team
Reporter: Matthew Wallace
Votes: 0
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CLONE -Broken imports and Class definitions with Starling Framework

Created: 29/Feb/12 03:08 PM   Updated: 21/Jun/12 06:49 PM
Component/s: Editor (Deprecated)
Affects Version/s: FDT 4.5.3
Fix Version/s: FDT 5.0
Security Level: public

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Github Link: https://github.com/PrimaryFeather/Starling-Framework

FDT displays errors on some Class definitions and imports in the framework.
Also in the AGALMiniAssembler.as are some errors, saying "File could not be parsed.", "Unexpected Token" or "Found 'true' but newline or semicolon was expected"

Especially the semicolon shoun't display an error, because it is not a duty to use them. Instead FDT should display a warning

In the Framwork itself FDT can't handle Class definitions with pre package names properly,
e.g. flash.display.Stage in line 144, starling.core.Starling class

see: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/634251/fdt_bug_2356.png



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Matthew Wallace added a comment - 29/Feb/12 03:08 PM
I have Cloned this issue because I am still seeing the problem.

Alan K (Deprecated) added a comment - 01/Mar/12 10:56 PM
Thanks for your efforts in documenting the problem. To tidy things up, I'm going to close this ticket, link it to the old one and copy your comments over there. This is to consolidate the information.

To clarify, you mention here:

https://github.com/PrimaryFeather/Starling-Framework/issues/40#issuecomment-4262432

That it happens in FDT 5. That is the case correct? I ask because the ticket is marked at 4.5.3.

I'll also check it out myself.


Alan K (Deprecated) added a comment - 01/Mar/12 10:57 PM