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Flash is stronger than ever, as proved by the recent Adobe MAX 2010, and another so called Flash Killer is now gone…
“Azoth is a free ’Alchemy Opcodes Injector’, a Windows console (Win32 command-line) application, for AS3 Flash programming, that lets you replace method calls to a certain AS3 class (included with Azoth) with equivalent Alchemy opcodes in a SWF file. This provides superior performance for accessing a ByteArray as memory, than you can achieve with AS3 alone”. We […]
Yay! 10 years ago today ASV version 1.0, the first decompiler for Flash, was released. One thing Twitter taught me is that long posts are not always the best, so I will keep this really short. As @elsassph said: We're getting old
The prefix solution would have scaled better? Yes. And this does not contradict with what I wrote about how similar both are, in my previous post.
Without any rant on (custom) namespaces, here’s why I think using prefixes would have been the right decision, and probably the only viable choice.