Its most common use is the generation of asset libraries containing images (PNG and JPEG), fonts (TTF) or other SWF movies for use with MTASC- or haXe-compiled ActionScript, although swfmill can be used to produce both simple and complex SWF structures.
Built around an XSLT/EXSLT processor (libxslt) input and output of the XSLT transformation can be either XML or binary SWF XSLT commands for importing PNG, JPEG, TTF and SWF, and for mapping SWF ID numbers built-in "simple dialect" to support library creation and building simple SWFs
swfmill is Free Software, originally written and © by Daniel Fischer (with substantial contributions by Ralf Fuest, Steve Webster and others) and released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
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