I finally managed to install the FDT pureMVC code templates found here. Thanks for that pedr.
However, I made some changes to make them fit 100% on our needs. I changed the syntax style (blanks before and after type and wrap braces) and added some more informations to the class comment. Also I changed the signature of the Proxy and Mediator constructor (no name is passed). Finally to shortcuts to the template now simply start with “p”.
Great news from our favorite ActionScript Editor FDT. After we post the Unofficial FDT Buglist the Powerflasher (the Company behind FDT) came with an update to version 3.1 (which fixed some of the mentioned bugs and added new features). Some day later they initialized (just like we suggested) a public buglist. We will transfer the open bugs to them and close our post.
Thanks FDT Team. We are looking forward to the future of the best ActionScript editor on earth.
We are working with FDT since version 1.5 and think that it is by far the best ActionScript tool out there; we tried FlashDevelop, Sepi and all the others. Most of the people we work with are using FDT and most of them are pretty pleased, though some of them are a bit shocked when they see the price tag…
However we have the feeling that since the release of FDT 3.0 Enterprise the development stocked somehow. In our daily work we found a lot of small and big bugs, more or less annoying. Some of them are so obvious and we are wondering why they don’t get fixed. The Bug section of their forum is sadly not usable for “real bugs” since its full of posts like “Help me, my FTD is not working”.
So we decided to publish our own unofficial buglist. Of course, we sent them to the FDT team too and when a bug is fixed we’ll update the list asap.
Hi … while building the fullscreen-videoplayer I came across the problem, that I was using an old SWC for the fl-package within Eclipse. With the recent Flash Player 9 Update 3 release, Adobe added some real nice features to the FLVPlayback component (e.g. the enterFullScreenDisplayState() method).
To get access to the fl-package within your Eclipse/FDT3-project you have to include another linked SWC (besides the playerglobal.swc). I just created a SWC using the newest fl.video classes. So if you are using FDT3 and are in need of these classes – just grab them: Download the FL_PACKAGE.swc.