SWF output library
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Latest commit cc6a386 Feb 3, 2016 Sandro Santilli Fix "set but not used" warning
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ch Updated to 0.3 from Stephen Nestinger Feb 11, 2006
docs Install all of the man pages that are now being created Jul 5, 2014
java_ext Some preliminary fixes for the Java extension Dec 10, 2006
php_ext Change licence of PHP wrapper back to LGPL-2.1+ Jun 26, 2014
rb_ext Rename all .cvsignore files to .gitignore Sep 22, 2010
tcl_ext Rename all .cvsignore files to .gitignore Sep 22, 2010
test Allow tabs in addition to spaces in the macro listing testcases. Dec 7, 2011
win32 new version contributed by Frank Kromann <frank at kromann dot info> Oct 19, 2004
.gitignore Ignore new generated files Oct 9, 2014
.travis.yml Travis: run ./autogen.sh Sep 30, 2013
AUTHORS some more documentation updates for perl pod Feb 10, 2009
LICENSE Initial revision Feb 1, 2001
Makefile.am Add "test" alias for "check" rule, to make travis happy Sep 30, 2013
README Update "last updated" string Jan 9, 2014
README.md Add symlink to README with extension .md, trying to make github happy Jan 9, 2014
RELEASE Add RELEASE file. May 15, 2015
TODO TODO doesn't need to be executable Nov 27, 2010
configure.in Bump next release. May 15, 2015
ming.i Expose SWFSound.setInitialMp3Delay in python binding, test it Mar 16, 2011
mingpp.h const correct SWFFont constructor by path Nov 16, 2010



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Last updated 09th January 2014.

Ming is a Flash (SWF) output library. It can be used from PHP, Perl, Ruby, Python, C, C++, Java, and probably more on the way.

It comprises a lot of Flash functionality, including features of Flash 8.

Specifically, it lets you create: shapes (including morphs), text, sprites (aka movie clips), buttons, and actions in flash movies, plus more.

The goal for Ming is to abstract away all of the mundane specifics of the SWF file format.

Ming also includes a PHP wrapper which wraps Ming objects in PHP objects. Pretty cool.

The Python wrapper has been updated to mirror the functionality of the PHP interface, so you should be able to use the PHP documentation without getting terribly confused now.

There's a Perl wrapper now, feedback about it (and enhancements) are most welcome.

The C++ wrapper is just one big header file. But it seems to work pretty well. Check the examples directory.

Ming is released under the LGPL. See file LICENSE for the gory details. The command-line actionscript compiler is released under the GPL. See file LICENSE_GPL2 for details.

For installation instructions, see the INSTALL text file.

The Ming Development Team http://www.libming.org