Flex sdk 3.5.0 problem with ternary operators

I’ve got problems to isolate the problem into a very big project with many linked sources. After hours inspecting and commenting lines of code trying to figure out the reason why flex gave me an “internal error” I found the problem.
This very simple script was crashing the flex compiler if using the http://ducasco.gr/writing-essays-about-literature/ Writing Essays About Literature 3.5.0 sdk ( revision 3.5.0.12683 ).
Fortunately the 4.0.0 compiler works fine. At the end it seems to be the combination of “+” and “-” and the ternary operator.

package { import flash.display.Sprite; public class ternary_test extends Sprite { public function ternary_test() { var n: Number = 0; var d: int = 3; var k: int = 5; var j: int = 10; n = 1 + ( -( d == 0 ? k : j ) ); trace( "n=" + n ); } } }

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Acknowledgement Dissertation Phd Writing Dissertation Proposals compile How To Write A Critical Thinking Paper :     [ mxmlc] Loading configuration file /Applications/Adobe Flash Builder 4 Plug-in/sdks/3.5.0/frameworks/flex-config.xml     [ mxmlc] Error: null     [mxmlc] java.lang.NullPointerException     [mxmlc] at macromedia.asc.semantics.ConstantEvaluator.evaluate(ConstantEvaluator.java:1290)     [mxmlc] at macromedia.asc.parser.UnaryExpressionNode.evaluate(UnaryExpressionNode.java:51)     [mxmlc] at macromedia.asc.semantics.ConstantEvaluator.evaluate(ConstantEvaluator.java:2153)     [mxmlc] at macromedia.asc.parser.ListNode.evaluate(ListNode.java:44)     [mxmlc] at macromedia.asc.semantics.ConstantEvaluator.evaluate(ConstantEvaluator.java:1497)     [mxmlc] at macromedia.asc.parser.BinaryExpressionNode.evaluate(BinaryExpressionNode.java:56)     [mxmlc] at macromedia.asc.semantics.ConstantEvaluator.evaluate(ConstantEvaluator.java:2124)     [mxmlc] at macromedia.asc.parser.ArgumentListNode.evaluate(ArgumentListNode.java:45)...

  • Ben

    Had the same problem… was caused by this: something = ! ( boolExpression ? 3 : 5 ) When corrected, it worked and looked like this:something = ( ! boolExpression ? 3 : 5 ) Only took me a few months!…