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I know this command already exists:
...selects scripts to export by class name (ActionScript 3 ONLY)
com.example.+ (all classes in package "com.example")
com.++,net.company.MyClass (all classes in package "com" and all
subpackages, class net.company.MyClass)
However, I have a swf with a structure like this:
I would like to be able to export all the packages except from "org" and all of its
subpackages, for example. And the things is, the names of these are obfuscated and
therefore changes with each build, so I can not just specify a name of all the packages I