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Im trying to use commandLine into my C# app, works great. bur i think it miss's a
functionality, -export "package name". You have implemented o export all scripts and
export by class name. but the first case its too much and the class name is too little for
what i would like to do. The export all takes around 35 min in my target swf.
So i really apreciate this feature and i will be willing to donate again for it.
Thanks in advanced.
in version 2.1.1
you can add ".+" to the end of -selectas3class class name to export whole package or ".++"
for whole package and subpackages.
java -jar -export script d:\decompiled d:\my.swf -selectas3class com.example.+
This will export all classes in com.example package and all classes in org.other and
org.other.p1, org.other.p1.mysub, etc...
You can also use "*" instead of "+", but I don't know how to properly escape it. (It has
special meaning for bash / java.exe)
Hope this will help :-)