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How to apply Jewel theme using VS Code

hferreira
I can run this sample
https://royale.apache.org/customization-through-the-royale-api nice and easy
with VS Code.
However this project was created with Moonshine.
I just grabbed the mxml source code and run on a test project.
The UI it's a basic one.

I saw a html template that probably it's the template to point to the
current css theme, however I don't how to do it with VS Code.

Some reference in asconfig.json ?



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Re: How to apply Jewel theme using VS Code

Piotr Zarzycki
Hi Hugo,

Open for example following project using Moonshine [1].

Right click on the project and choose settings - you should see in build options additional compiler arguments.


Thanks, Piotr

On Sun, Nov 18, 2018, 12:44 AM hferreira <[hidden email]> wrote:
I can run this sample
https://royale.apache.org/customization-through-the-royale-api nice and easy
with VS Code.
However this project was created with Moonshine.
I just grabbed the mxml source code and run on a test project.
The UI it's a basic one.

I saw a html template that probably it's the template to point to the
current css theme, however I don't how to do it with VS Code.

Some reference in asconfig.json ?



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Re: How to apply Jewel theme using VS Code

Carlos Rovira-2
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Hi Hugo,

the project was created with VS Code and AS3 extension
but I work with maven, and use ant to generate a valid SDK each day.
Since I'm not good with ANT I use to left config of projects for others that use and want commit changes.
As well I don't use VS Code to build, I use Maven to build in VS Code with CMD+SHIFT+B, so my development is maven oriented always
and others using other ways can contribute other ways to build.




El dom., 18 nov. 2018 a las 0:44, hferreira (<[hidden email]>) escribió:
I can run this sample
https://royale.apache.org/customization-through-the-royale-api nice and easy
with VS Code.
However this project was created with Moonshine.
I just grabbed the mxml source code and run on a test project.
The UI it's a basic one.

I saw a html template that probably it's the template to point to the
current css theme, however I don't how to do it with VS Code.

Some reference in asconfig.json ?



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hferreira
For later who visit the mailing list (and thanks to Carlos), the answer to my
question is:
1. Edit the asconfig.json
2. Add the following line: "theme":
"${royalelib}/themes/JewelTheme/src/main/resources/defaults.css"



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Carlos Rovira-2
Hi Hugo, 

that path is if using VS Code right?
Take into account that different people uses different build approaches. In my case (just maven), only with pom.xml dependencies is fine, although I use VS Code for code intelligence, and setup asconfig.json just for that in all Royale projects (libs and app)
thanks

El jue., 22 nov. 2018 a las 1:38, hferreira (<[hidden email]>) escribió:
For later who visit the mailing list (and thanks to Carlos), the answer to my
question is:
1. Edit the asconfig.json
2. Add the following line: "theme":
"${royalelib}/themes/JewelTheme/src/main/resources/defaults.css"



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hferreira
This post was updated on .
that path is if using VS Code right?
> Correct.

I understand.
I know that people use different approach.
For me as a "indie developer" build directly from the editor is fine.
This is the way to do with VS Code and I can confirm that works.

I was used to more muscled IDE's like IntelliJ however I starting to
like VS Code.
Perhaps if one day we have support from IntelliJ I will continue to use VS
Code :)
Is faster, cleaner and have the key features of a full IDE (intelisense,
click to navigate, etc ...).



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Carlos Rovira-2
Hi,

right, I think as you. I'm not liking IntelliJ so much lately. Seems to be that now is very bloated and heavy, maybe many things there.
To work with Royale I'm very happy with VS Code. 
The only point I'll need to see at some time is what strategy do for a team working with Royale and Java. So we can develop, debug both codes in the same session.
So I want some as I have time working with VS Code Java plugin, maven and tomcat to see the experience.
Other way could be to explore IntelliJ for Java and VS Code foro Royale and as well see the experience.

What is clear is that right now AS3&MXML extension gives me all I need to work, code intelligence, debugging, and multiple project organization (libs and apps), I still didn't try modules, but will do eventually.

For that point is just a matter to continue making it better and better, maybe creation of Class?, Interfaces? and that kind of things, and keep improving and making it more and more usable.

Carlos



El jue., 22 nov. 2018 a las 10:46, hferreira (<[hidden email]>) escribió:
that path is if using VS Code right?
> Correct.

I understand.
I know that people use different approach.
For me as a "indie developer" build directly from the editor is fine.
This is the way to do with VS Code and I can confirm that works.

I was used to more emasculated IDE's like IntelliJ however I starting to
like VS Code.
Perhaps if one day we have support from IntelliJ I will continue to use VS
Code :)
Is faster, cleaner and have the key features of a full IDE (intelisense,
click to navigate, etc ...).



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Re: How to apply Jewel theme using VS Code

hferreira
I used version 14 for many years.
Only a few months ago I updated to latest version.
0 improvements about core features.
A lot of bloatware (seems as anti-virus programs) however this can be easily
disabled.
New look and feel comparing to version 14.
Native support for MacBook touchbar (nice to have, but it's only nice).
On my new MacBook Pro, I got 10 seconds compile time improvement (that's the
only reason that I found to upgrade).

Seems that they are out of ideas for improvement.

Support for Royale would be a better way to spent there resources but I
understand that the target clients/developers are currently low.



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Piotr Zarzycki
Fortunately we have VSCode and Moonshine - I hope support for them will grow up and allow to continue us with development. 

Piotr

czw., 22 lis 2018 o 12:04 hferreira <[hidden email]> napisał(a):
I used version 14 for many years.
Only a few months ago I updated to latest version.
0 improvements about core features.
A lot of bloatware (seems as anti-virus programs) however this can be easily
disabled.
New look and feel comparing to version 14.
Native support for MacBook touchbar (nice to have, but it's only nice).
On my new MacBook Pro, I got 10 seconds compile time improvement (that's the
only reason that I found to upgrade).

Seems that they are out of ideas for improvement.

Support for Royale would be a better way to spent there resources but I
understand that the target clients/developers are currently low.



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