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  1. Xegnma
    03-20-2009 03:54 AM
    Well I finally realized what your issue was. In AS2 you have to write the fully qualified name of the class in a package. So say you the following:

    Classpath folder:

    Inside the classpath folder you have the following sub-folder structure that defines your package:


    Here you place the class Car.as

    Now when you write your class you use its fully qualified name in its signature as in the following:

    class com.vagabond.Car {
  2. Vagabond
    03-19-2009 01:04 AM
    It's working sort of. I never figured out why it was acting weird, but it's working enough to do what I want


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