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PROGRAM:

NAME


makeswf - actionscript compiler

SYNOPSIS


makeswf [OPTIONS] <frame_content> ...

DESCRIPTION


makeswf is a command line interface to the Ming library actionscript compiler, with
support for embedding prebuilt content.

frame_content can be either: an ActionScript source file, a bitmap file (png or jpg), or
an SWF file. Non-ActionScript input files are currently only recognized by extension
(png, jpg, swf). Files with other extensions will be assumed to contain ActionScript
source code.

Each frame_content will be stored in a separate frame of the output.

ActionScript code is preprocessed using cpp before being compiled, this allows (among many
other things) grouping multiple sourcefiles into a single frame by using #include
directives. (See PREPROCESSOR below.)

Bitmap or SWF content will be stored in a MovieClip named after the corresponding input
filename with path and extension removed. This allows easy referencing of the content by
ActionScript code.

OPTIONS


-o --output <output>
Write SWF file to <output>. Default is ``out.swf''.

-s --size <width>x<height>
Set output frame size in pixels (defaults to 640x480).

-r --frame-rate <frame_rate>
Set output frame rate (defaults to 12).

-v --swfversion <swfversion>
Set output SWF version (defaults to 6).

-c --compression <compression_level>
Set output compression level (0 to 9). Defaults to 9. Use -1 to disable.

-b --bgcolor <background_color>
Set background color using hex form (0xRRGGBB). If omitted, no SETBACKGROUNDCOLOR
tag will be used.

-I <dir>
Add <dir> to the include search path. The option is passed to the C preprocessor.

-D <macro>[=<def>]>
Define <macro>. The option is passed to the C preprocessor.

-i --import <library.swf>:<sym>[,<sym>]>
Import named symbols from the given SWF file and store them into a

-a --init-action <source.as>[:<frameno>]
Compile the given source AS file as an init action for frame <frameno>.

-n --network-access network|file
Force addition of a networkAccess flag with given value. For SWF8 or higher the
FileAttribute tag is mandatory so will be present anyway, with a default of 'file'
access. You can use this flag to both change the default for SWF8+ and to provide
the optional tag for SWF8-. The tag basically determine the resources sandbox to
use when the movie is loaded from the filesystem, in an exclusive manner.

-h --help
Print quick help.

-V --version
Print version and copyright info.

PREPROCESSOR


makeswf invokes the C preprocessor on each of the given source filenames before compiling
them. The preprocessed version is named after the output file with ".frame#.pp" appended;
check this file when looking for line numbers reported in syntax errors.

An __SWF_VERSION__ macro is automatically provided so that ActionScript code can act
differently based on target player; it is set to the output SWF version (changed with -v).

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