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Ming

Ming is a library for generating Macromedia Flash files (.swf), written in C, and includes useful utilities for working with .swf files.

It has wrappers that allow it to be used in C++, PHP, Python, Ruby, and Perl.

Releases through to 0.3.0 progressed slowly, though the new 0.4.0 release has picked up speed, become more reliable, and supports Win32 much better. Also supports Solaris, and will likely support MacOS X as well.

Ming CVS has updated support for PHP. The code can now be built for either PHP4 or PHP5.

News

Ming 0.4.0.beta5 has been Released. Details can be found [:Releases:Releases here].

Info

SF project page: http://www.sf.net/projects/ming

IRC: irc://irc.freenode.net/#osflash

BUGS: http://bugs.libming.org/

Old homepage: http://ming.sourceforge.net (we need help to move all contents here!)

Mailing Lists

License

Interesting Ming starting points

  • [:MingFAQ:MingFAQ]: Frequently asked questions

  • [http://www.libming.net/docs/ Documentation]: current Ming documentation

  • [:WhatsIncluded:WhatsIncluded]: Lists the utilities included with Ming, some of which are extremely useful

  • FunctionReference: (just started) - Function Reference

  • HowTo: Ming HOW-TO guides (includes Developer resources)

  • RecentChanges: see where people are currently working

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