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Review of MTASC

I’ve started using the Motion-Twin ActionScript compiler (mtasc), and I thought I should share my thoughts on the subject.

My first impression of mtasc is that it doesn’t suck. It might be a low standard to aspire to, but seriously, there is hardly any competition.

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Architectural Atrocities, part 5: Interfaces in AS3

This is the fifth post in the Architectural Atrocities series and now the time has come to scrutinize ActionScript 3.0. The item of discussion is interfaces and how they are used in the ActionScript 3.0 API:s.

Let me start with an OO-maxim:

If you prefix your interfaces with “I”, you have no idea how to use them

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