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Java Ant target to generate Flex 3 | 4 ASDocs [ gnu/Linux - windows compatible ]

Java Ant target to generate Flex 3 | 4 ASDocs [ gnu/Linux - windows compatible ]

The below Ant target may be ran unmodified for both gnu/Linux and windows environments.

[ pull down a complete working Flex 4 application using the 'ASDocs' Java Ant target ]

https://github.com/twalsworth/customSpriteControl

Some of the dependent Java Apache Ant 'property values' necessary for the generating Flex 4 ASDocs.

browser.project=../browser
build.number=304
flex.project=../flex

# also successfully tested with 'tomcat 6.x'
apache.tomcat7=/home/terry/apache-tomcat-6.0.26/
#apache.tomcat7=/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache Tomcat 7.0.11

flex4.sdk=/home/terry/flex_sdk_4.0.0.14159/
#flex4.sdk=/flex_sdk_4.0.0.14159


Some more of the dependent Java Apache Ant 'property values' necessary for the generating Flex 4 ASDocs.

    <target name="_init" description="set all properties">
        <echo>---------------------------------------</echo>
        <echo>- target - _init</echo>
        <echo>-</echo>
        <echo>- read and set properties for build</echo>
        <echo>---------------------------------------</echo>

        <property file="build.properties"/>

        <property name="appName" value="customSpriteControl"/>

        <property name="build" value="${basedir}/build"/>
        <property name="merge" value="${basedir}/merge"/>
        <property name="dist" value="${basedir}/dist"/>


    </target>


The actual Java - Apache Ant - 'target' which generates Flex 4 ASDocs.

    <target name="_asdocs" depends="_makeBuildFolder, _addAntTokensToSourceCode"
            description="generate 'asdoc' documentation from flex source code">
        <echo>---------------------------------------</echo>
        <echo>- target - asdocs</echo>
        <echo>-</echo>
        <echo>- generate documentation from flex source code</echo>
        <echo>---------------------------------------</echo>

        <java className="flex2.tools.ASDoc" fork="true">
            <classpath>
                <fileset dir="${flex4.sdk}/lib">
                    <include name="**/*.jar"/>
                </fileset>
            </classpath>

            <jvmarg value="-Dapplication.home=${flex4.sdk}"/>
            <jvmarg value="-Xmx1024m"/>
            <jvmarg value="-Dsun.io.useCanonCaches=false"/>
            <jvmarg value="-Xbootclasspath/p:${flex4.sdk}/asdoc/lib/xalan.jar"/>


            <arg line='-external-library-path+="${build}/flex/lib/"'/>

            <arg line='-main-title "cool main title"'/>
            <arg line='-window-title "cool window title"'/>
            <arg line='-footer "cool simple application"'/>

            <arg line='-doc-sources "${build}/flex/src/"'/>
            <arg line='-exclude-sources "${build}/flex/src/com/linuxclicks/flex/control/skin/linechart/LineChartSkin.mxml"'/>

            <arg line='-output "${build}/asdocs"'/>
        </java>

    </target>


Example Flex 4 ASDoc output from the above Java Apache Ant ASDoc target.

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What the overall project which used the above Java Apache Ant ASDoc target looks like...

available at:
https://github.com/twalsworth/customSpriteControl

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