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Justin L Mills Feb 08 at 06:52
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Justin L Mills Apr 04 at 04:27
When was it created?
When was Haxe created although the projects seeds started much further back with Nicolas's MTASC. While Nicolas still leads the project there are many others involved, specifically I am aware of Franco who covers the PHP and Hugh ( Huge ) the C++ target and many others involved in creating supporting libraries and submitting patches and enhancements, and tutorials including Lee and Franco who wrote the excellent Haxe book.
Justin L Mills Apr 04 at 04:36
Justin L Mills Jul 01 at 04:08
How do you change the swf script timeout?
My common answer is you shouldn't, but Jan can..
Justin L Mills Jul 07 at 08:27
Justin L Mills Jul 15 at 03:26
If you want to have a space
between lines in your post, use a H3 heading around a SPACE to create an invisible heading. eg:
==== === =
but without the last space.
Justin L Mills Sep 10 at 19:04
PHP or Neko based Frameworks available for blogs/websites
hxBlog - Motion-Twin ( Nicolas's company ) source related to this wiki
pokoCMS - Touchmypixel's (Tony and Tarwin's )
Hails - Ruby related, not very active.
ufront - Franco's
hatalyst - icebirds.net - Yin Fei
Related are Templo and spod libraries which maybe used within these.
Justin L Mills Nov 16 at 08:16
Where is the best place to ask technical questions ?
Well actually it's not here on the forum, regular Haxe users share ideas and questions on the mailing list, if your in a real hurry you can also see if anyone is on IRC at #haxe on irc.freenode.net. Obviously the forum is often the first place where new users of Haxe come and it also a good place to ask questions of any level.
Justin L Mills Jul 21 at 12:53
Haxe libraries to get your project started
Andy Li's blog list
Justin L Mills Oct 27 at 01:54
Want to improve the forum
The source is online so it's possible to submit a patch for improvements. Source can be found here:
Justin L Mills Jan 10 at 02:46
What is the NMML format?
an early version clarifying the format can be found here It is basically an XML format that helps describes compile setup, including resources, and allows multi-phone and desktop applications to be created all in one go.