Flex and source folders for packages

18 01 2008

Here’s an interesting ditty with Flex. If you are using namespaces – which you will of course – you must put the src files in folders named aptly. For example:

package com.justinjmoses.custom
{
class MyClass {}
}

This needs to be stored in /src/com/justinjmoses/custom/MyClass.as

Note: the “src” folder is required in Flex 3, not in Flex 2.

Otherwise you’ll get errors along the lines of


1046: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: MyClass.

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18 01 2008
quetwo

You can change this behavior, if you wish, by setting the “Main Source Folder” in the Flex Builder Path settings (you can find this by right clicking on your project, and selecting Properties). You can make Flex2 or Flex3 behave or not behave like this by changing this setting.

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