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Re: [Gnash] gnash binary

From: Dossy Shiobara
Subject: Re: [Gnash] gnash binary
Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2023 11:41:02 -0500
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Hi, Yuriy,

Unfortunately, the domain expired at some point, but it looks like the Internet Archive has snapshots of the site before it went down:

I'm not sure who is still around that has any kind of administrative privileges for the GNU Gnash project, but it might be nice to grab a copy of all the builds from Internet Archive and host them on a more permanent, GNU-owned asset such as if possible.

I would be happy to volunteer to do the work, if someone can grant me the access.

FYI - the un-official version you linked to - that was me.  :-)

Anyway, you can give the very last snapshot build a try and if you get the same error, then most likely your SWF just isn't supported by Gnash and you'll have to go a different route for your solution.

Best of luck,


On 2/6/23 7:57 PM, Yuriy via Gnash wrote:
To whom it may concern:

I apologioze for taking your time.

I tried to search everywhere but I didn't find it.  There were sites where these binaries has been posted in the past but they have been removed.  I found out one un-official verion

Unfortunately, when I tried to extract data from swf file I got an error that some parameters are not exists.

I got this script here:

Do you have an idea what's wrong?

You mentioned that it is possibly to compile your project at Windows but you didn't give detailed instructions and where to get all of dependencies.

I would appreciate your collaboration



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