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caspin is a thin wrapper library around Mozilla's Tamarin Project, which enables you to seamlessly integrate the AVM2 (Adobe Virtual Machine 2) into your C/C++ Projects.

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  • executing compiled ActionScript 3 bytecode
  • toolchain for binding C++ code to ActionScript 3 scripts
  • accessing and modifying ActionScript 3 objects from C++

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    how can i compile it for android?

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

Python, C++, ActionScript

Registered

2009-10-13

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