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Install FB4Linux in Eclipse

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Flash development in Linux is often left to a generic text editor used with the free Flex SDK. It is certainly possible to code this way, but you do lose out on a lot of the functionality of a more specific IDE. The FB4Linux project provides a plugin for Eclipse that provides a similar environment to FlashBuilder 4. The only downside is that the installation instructions gloss over a few of the details required to get the plugin installed in Eclipse 3.5.2, which is the version of Eclipse that is available in the Ubuntu software repositories at the time of writing. This article shows you how to get FB4Linux up and running from start to finish.
 read more | mail this link | score:7598 | -mcasperson, July 27, 2010
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