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Huw Collingbourne

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Amethyst 2 - Conditional Compilation for ActionScript Posted: Apr 12, 2013 8:16 AM
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One of the nice things about C# is that is has good conditional compilation support. ActionScript does support conditional compilation but the syntax isn't great. In Amethyst 2 we have implemented a C# like syntax for conditional compilation. Conditional compilation gives you the ability to exclude or include chunks of code at compile time. So in C#, you could say if (x) // do something else // do something else This is executed at run time and the code inside the if (...)

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