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I started this issue with a mail to Jindra. Here is the reply and the original mail at the
hmm, your problem is interesting. I think it could be problem if some classes are outside
the same SWF (imported?). In this case, the compiler won't index them.
Could you please provide any sample of SWF files which do this? Or some tutorial how to
create such flash file in Flash Professional.
We cannot figure out anything from just list of imports you provided.
I would be fine if you create an issue in our issue tracker for it. Issue can be private
too. We usually do not solve anything via email, because there are too many feature
requests and we will be then flood by the emails. Thanks.
There is no forum for FFDec users. We have issue tracker only - for reporting bugs and
requesting new features.
I don't want to end up with discussions about how to hack any games or other commercial
software (like sometimes users want). There are surely many other forums for this kind of
We focus to fix bugs or adding features in our software. We do not provide support with
how user SWFs work.
Jindra Petřík aka JPEXS
2014-08-12 12:40 GMT+02:00 Mariano Llamedo Soria <email@example.com>:
Hi JPEXS ! thanks for all good work you did !
Just a little question about FFdec, I am trying to port some cheat engine scripts I made
in LUA to FFdec. I did a lot of effort trying to dodge the AS3 in time compiler, but in
that time I was not aware that the AS3 source code could be updated and recompiled.
I think that the idea of changing the AS3 source code is more robust that my current
approach changing ASM code in memory, after the compiler did it job.
I did some minor modifications to the source code, using the Proxy tool, and checked that
the changes were replicated to the new SWF, but unfortunately there is some missbehavior
in the actual recompiled SWF. I guess this could be a missing library, the project is
about a videochat, and maybe the import section may give you any clue about what could be
There is no error message during the recompiling, maybe I can check some log or smth.
Is there any forum for the FFdec users ?
Many thanks in advance !
No, you are right, they are different programs, but using the same libraries.
The problem is that when editing an SWF captured with the proxy tool, and with the
ActionScript source code editor, the recompiled and chached in the proxy SWF loose some
functionality. Check it at www.chatvideo.es