Re: [cfaussie] Missing libstdc++.so.5 on 64 bit Ubuntu

2012-06-18 Thread Paul Kukiel

http://www.howtoforge.com/installing-apache-and-coldfusion-9-on-ubuntu-9.04

sudo apt-get install libstdc++5

Pretty easy to add the librarys so I'd just go ahead and add them :)

Paul.


On 18/06/2012 3:49 PM, Andrew Myers wrote:

I've apt-get installed libstdc++5 but the CF 9.0.2 installer is still
tellling me:

Warning: Standard C++ Library

The installer was unable to determine if libstdc++.so.5 is available.
The library is necessary for C++ custom tags, webservices and some cfimage
functionality to work properly.

Should I give a stuff?  It's only a development machine, but I like to
have everything clean as possible.  Anyone have a workaround?




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Re: [cfaussie] Missing libstdc++.so.5 on 64 bit Ubuntu

2012-06-18 Thread Andrew Myers
Hmm this is 11.10.  I have installed libstdc++5 and I'm still getting it.

From memory this is an unsupported OS - unfortunately the link from
the CF 9 doco to system requirements now shows CF10 system
requirements. :(

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/ColdFusion/9.0/Installing/WSc3ff6d0ea77859461172e0811cdec186d9-8000.html



On 18 June 2012 16:06, Paul Kukiel kuki...@gmail.com wrote:
 http://www.howtoforge.com/installing-apache-and-coldfusion-9-on-ubuntu-9.04

 sudo apt-get install libstdc++5

 Pretty easy to add the librarys so I'd just go ahead and add them :)

 Paul.


 On 18/06/2012 3:49 PM, Andrew Myers wrote:

 I've apt-get installed libstdc++5 but the CF 9.0.2 installer is still
 tellling me:

 Warning: Standard C++ Library

 The installer was unable to determine if libstdc++.so.5 is available.
 The library is necessary for C++ custom tags, webservices and some cfimage
 functionality to work properly.

 Should I give a stuff?  It's only a development machine, but I like to
 have everything clean as possible.  Anyone have a workaround?



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[cfaussie] [ANN SYD] Monday: Getting Started with Robotlegs AS3/Flex Frameworks

2012-06-18 Thread Chris Velevitch
Monday 25th June, 6pm for 6:30 start

Jonathan will talk about getting started with the Robotlegs AS3/Flex framework.

Tonight we'll also doing the draw for the major software prize.

Please RSVP to help with the catering numbers. You'll need to sign in
and join the group to RVSP.

The venue is courtesy of Rocketboots.

Please RSVP to help with the catering numbers. You need to sign in and
join the group to RSVP. Please RSVP at
http://apugs.groups.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=post.displaypostid=42517

The venue is courtesy of Rocketboots.

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[cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Apache Flex: The way forward. June 21st, 2012

2012-06-18 Thread Peter Robertson
*Justin Mclean has more than 15 years experience in developing web based 
applications and over that time has worked on hundreds of web applications, 
database driven web sites, multimedia applications and semiconnected 
desktop applications.

Justin has managed his own consulting company Class Software for 15 years 
and has a long history with Adobe/Macromedia/Allaire products in particular 
ColdFusion (still has the 3 floppies it originally came on) and Flex (now 
Apache Flex). Justin is also a Apache Flex board member and committer, an 
Adobe Community Professional, a certified Adobe trainer for ColdFusion and 
Flex and is an international conference speaker.

Apache Flex: The way forward
An inside look of the Apache Flex project, it current status, what has (and 
hasn't) been achieved, it's future direction and what you can do to get 
involved.

Date: Thursday 21st June 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we know 
how many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality. 
We look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers* 

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RE: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Apache Flex: The way forward. June 21st, 2012

2012-06-18 Thread Dale Fraser
Will be there

 

Regards

Dale Fraser

 

http://dale.fraser.id.au

http://cfmldocs.com

http://learncf.com

http://flexcf.com

 

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Subject: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Apache Flex: The way
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Justin Mclean has more than 15 years experience in developing web based
applications and over that time has worked on hundreds of web applications,
database driven web sites, multimedia applications and semiconnected desktop
applications.

Justin has managed his own consulting company Class Software for 15 years
and has a long history with Adobe/Macromedia/Allaire products in particular
ColdFusion (still has the 3 floppies it originally came on) and Flex (now
Apache Flex). Justin is also a Apache Flex board member and committer, an
Adobe Community Professional, a certified Adobe trainer for ColdFusion and
Flex and is an international conference speaker.

Apache Flex: The way forward
An inside look of the Apache Flex project, it current status, what has (and
hasn't) been achieved, it's future direction and what you can do to get
involved.

Date: Thursday 21st June 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we know how
many pizzas to order.

As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality. We
look forward to seeing you all there.

Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers 

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Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Apache Flex: The way forward. June 21st, 2012

2012-06-18 Thread Paul Kukiel

I'll be there along with Alex and Kenneth.

Regards,


On 19/06/2012 1:45 PM, Peter Robertson wrote:
*Justin Mclean has more than 15 years experience in developing web 
based applications and over that time has worked on hundreds of web 
applications, database driven web sites, multimedia applications and 
semiconnected desktop applications.


Justin has managed his own consulting company Class Software for 15 
years and has a long history with Adobe/Macromedia/Allaire products in 
particular ColdFusion (still has the 3 floppies it originally came on) 
and Flex (now Apache Flex). Justin is also a Apache Flex board member 
and committer, an Adobe Community Professional, a certified Adobe 
trainer for ColdFusion and Flex and is an international conference 
speaker.


Apache Flex: The way forward
An inside look of the Apache Flex project, it current status, what has 
(and hasn't) been achieved, it's future direction and what you can do 
to get involved.


Date: Thursday 21st June 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we 
know how many pizzas to order.


As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their 
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.


Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers*
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Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Apache Flex: The way forward. June 21st, 2012

2012-06-18 Thread Bill Moniz
Sounds good.  I'm in.

Cheers,
Bill.

On 19 June 2012 13:45, Peter Robertson pe...@p-robertson.com wrote:

 *Justin Mclean has more than 15 years experience in developing web based
 applications and over that time has worked on hundreds of web applications,
 database driven web sites, multimedia applications and semiconnected
 desktop applications.

 Justin has managed his own consulting company Class Software for 15 years
 and has a long history with Adobe/Macromedia/Allaire products in particular
 ColdFusion (still has the 3 floppies it originally came on) and Flex (now
 Apache Flex). Justin is also a Apache Flex board member and committer, an
 Adobe Community Professional, a certified Adobe trainer for ColdFusion and
 Flex and is an international conference speaker.

 Apache Flex: The way forward
 An inside look of the Apache Flex project, it current status, what has
 (and hasn't) been achieved, it's future direction and what you can do to
 get involved.

 Date: Thursday 21st June 2012
 Time: 6:30 PM
 Location:
 CogState
 Level 2
 255 Bourke Street
 Melbourne, VIC, 3000

 A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
 RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we know
 how many pizzas to order.

 As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality.
 We look forward to seeing you all there.

 Peter Robertson

 Co-Manager
 Melbourne Adobe Developers

 Steve Onnis

 Manager
 Melbourne Adobe Developers*

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Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Apache Flex: The way forward. June 21st, 2012

2012-06-18 Thread Phil Haeusler

I'm in.  See you all there

Phil


On 19/06/12 1:45 PM, Peter Robertson wrote:
*Justin Mclean has more than 15 years experience in developing web 
based applications and over that time has worked on hundreds of web 
applications, database driven web sites, multimedia applications and 
semiconnected desktop applications.


Justin has managed his own consulting company Class Software for 15 
years and has a long history with Adobe/Macromedia/Allaire products in 
particular ColdFusion (still has the 3 floppies it originally came on) 
and Flex (now Apache Flex). Justin is also a Apache Flex board member 
and committer, an Adobe Community Professional, a certified Adobe 
trainer for ColdFusion and Flex and is an international conference 
speaker.


Apache Flex: The way forward
An inside look of the Apache Flex project, it current status, what has 
(and hasn't) been achieved, it's future direction and what you can do 
to get involved.


Date: Thursday 21st June 2012
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:
CogState
Level 2
255 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000

A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we 
know how many pizzas to order.


As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their 
hospitality. We look forward to seeing you all there.


Peter Robertson

Co-Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers

Steve Onnis

Manager
Melbourne Adobe Developers*
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Re: [cfaussie] MAD! Melbourne Adobe Developers: Apache Flex: The way forward. June 21st, 2012

2012-06-18 Thread Jeff Gietz
I'll be there, I'm looking forward to it.

Cheers,
Jeff

On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 1:57 PM, Phil Haeusler philhaeus...@gmail.comwrote:

  I'm in.  See you all there

 Phil



 On 19/06/12 1:45 PM, Peter Robertson wrote:

 *Justin Mclean has more than 15 years experience in developing web based
 applications and over that time has worked on hundreds of web applications,
 database driven web sites, multimedia applications and semiconnected
 desktop applications.

 Justin has managed his own consulting company Class Software for 15 years
 and has a long history with Adobe/Macromedia/Allaire products in particular
 ColdFusion (still has the 3 floppies it originally came on) and Flex (now
 Apache Flex). Justin is also a Apache Flex board member and committer, an
 Adobe Community Professional, a certified Adobe trainer for ColdFusion and
 Flex and is an international conference speaker.

 Apache Flex: The way forward
 An inside look of the Apache Flex project, it current status, what has
 (and hasn't) been achieved, it's future direction and what you can do to
 get involved.

 Date: Thursday 21st June 2012
 Time: 6:30 PM
 Location:
 CogState
 Level 2
 255 Bourke Street
 Melbourne, VIC, 3000

 A note on the door will provide a number to ring for access.
 RSVP: Please reply to this post if you are planning to attend so we know
 how many pizzas to order.

 As always, many thanks to Dale Fraser and CogState for their hospitality.
 We look forward to seeing you all there.

 Peter Robertson

 Co-Manager
 Melbourne Adobe Developers

 Steve Onnis

 Manager
 Melbourne Adobe Developers*
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