You need to specify playerglobal or airglobal depending the SWF you want
to build.

Look for playerglobal dependency in DataBindingExample/pom.xml and copy
that.  It isn't there by default in a parent pom.

BTW, I just pushed Maven support for turning basic.css into a theme.  You
might want to move VividBlueTheme to frameworks/themes and set it up and
use it the same way.  Then you don't need additionalcompileroptions in the
VividExample's pom.xml and can just declare VividBlueTheme with scope
theme in the dependency list.  See DataBindingExample in the develop


On 2/23/18, 12:08 PM, " on behalf of Carlos Rovira"
< on behalf of> wrote:

>since Alex made changes to how builds are done I always make JS version.
>Now I'm trying to make SWF version with maven
>With vivid, as is a library I think I don't have to make anything, since
>the output is an SWC
>with VividExample I change in pom.xml <targets>JSRoyale</targets>
>to <targets>JSRoyale, SWF</targets>, or even removing JSRoyale at all
>if I put only SWF in targets my result in console is:
>Loading configuration:
>Error: Missing builtin type Object
>Error: Unable to build SWF
>What could be the problem here? what is the missing object, could the
>compiler let us know what missing object expect?
>Right now vividexample has versions of 4 html components so I think is ok,
>even if I remove the use of the 4 controls and left the application with
>only a view it behaves the same
>Carlos Rovira

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