[Laszlo-dev] [Gnash-dev] Re: OpenLaszlo support (continued..)
P T Withington
ptw at openlaszlo.org
Tue Feb 27 05:52:54 PST 2007
On 2007-02-27, at 08:35 EST, strk wrote:
> Tried to put LFC7.lzl back in the loop and I don't get
> to the trace. Found out that playing LFC7.lzl itself is
> enough to continue debugging as it exploits a lot of errors.
> Where can I find the source code of that file ?
If you have a source install, it is in:
The main file is LaszloLibrary.lzs, which #includes the components in
the various subdirectories.
[You can also browse the sources from http://svn.openlaszlo.org/
If you are feeling very adventurous, you could try commenting out
pieces of that and rebuilding smaller libraries. The buildlfc script
in that directory will let you rebuild the library quickly (although
you have to have set up a build environment to do that http://
wiki.openlaszlo.org/SubversionBuildInstructions. You should not need
Jython, Python, PyXML, or Rhino to do just LFC builds). By default,
buildlfc will build the swf7 version of the library.
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