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Weird issue in FD using a SWC with all Flash CS6 components 
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OS: Windows 8.1 Pro
Architecture: 64bit
.net Framework: 2.0.50727, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0
Flash Develop: 5.2.0.3
Java: 8 (build 1.8.0_111-b14)

Hello guys. I think this is my 2nd bug report (if I recall I posted about the Export SWC plugin).

I made a SWC file in Flash Professional CS6 trial, with all components (Button, DataGrid, etc).
I added it in FD to the library. I only have a code in my Main.as class to add a Button and a DataGrid.
It works 1 or 2 times when I publish. Then I get an error:
[Fault] exception, information=TypeError: Error #2007: Parameter child must be non-null.

I went to Flash CS6, edited the files to add the latest Flash playerglobal SWC (23.0). Recreated the SWC file with the components.
Issue continues. Then I checked I was using the latest AIR SDK in FD, and that's ok, 23.0. Also I updated the version in the Application Descriptor XML file.
Issue continues. So I stopped debugging yesterday. Today, I came up with the idea of testing the whole thing in Flash CS6. Published like 10 times, and no issues.

So, one of 2 things could possibly be happening:

- A bug in Flash Develop
- A bug in the Flex + AIR SDK

I'm an downloading the AIR only SDK to test at this moment.

The issue's nature it's evidently the use of the components from the SWC file.

One of my attempts to fix this was adding an Event.ADDED_TO_STAGE listener, hoping it had something to do with the stage not being ready to add children on it.


Any ideas on this? Thank you! Happy holidays! :( :?:

Edit:

I removed the old AIR SDK in FD, and added the new one. I thought the issue was solved because it published like 5 times in a row, but at the 6 or 7 time, bam, error. :cry: :'(



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SDK's incremental compilation has been known to be somewhat unstable. Often the solution is to Project > Clean and rebuild.


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