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Re: [Swftools-common] ActionScript large arrays problem

From: Aaron Hawryluk
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] ActionScript large arrays problem
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 07:57:51 -0600

Sounds vaguely as if you're running into a line-length limitation,
either in the swfc compiler or actionscript (most likely in the
former, if invalid bytecode is being generated, but not necessarily).
Is your shapes array being put onto a single line? Most compilers have
a limit as to the number of characters that can be put in a single
line of code.
The upper memory limit on arrays in Actionscript is the same as
ECMAScript, 4294967295 array items, so I don't think that's your


On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 3:14 AM, Vladimir Slepnev
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello!
> We use swc on win32 to compile lots of data (vector geographic
> objects) into SWFs. The sources look like this:
> .flash filename="9_124_87.swf" bbox=300x300 fps=50
> .frame 1
>   .action:
>       var shapes = [...lots of data...];
>   .end
> .end
> If shapes contains an array of 34 thousand numbers, swfc generates an
> SWF that's too short and contains invalid bytecode. But if we insert
> an [] element (empty array) between the numbers in the middle of the
> array, everything works okay for some reason.
> I didn't have much success digging through sources to diagnose the
> error. Maybe someone could help?
> Vladimir Slepnev
> Moscow, Russia

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