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Aether 1.6.4: A Common Set of Build Tools for Haxe Projects
Aether is a library that provides a set of command-line tools for Haxe projects. It helps you manage assets, asset libraries, binaries, icon generation and other aspects of the update, build, package, install and run process for web, desktop and mobile platforms.
In this article, we will show you how to install and use Aether 1.6.4, the latest stable version of the library as of writing this article. We will also show you some examples of how to use Aether to create and run a simple Haxe project.
How to Install Aether 1.6.4
If you don't have Haxe and Haxelib installed, you can follow the instructions on the official website: https://haxe.org/download/
Once you have Haxe and Haxelib installed, you can install Aether 1.6.4 by running the following command in your terminal:
haxelib install aether 1.6.4
This will download and install Aether 1.6.4 and its dependencies on your system.
How to Use Aether 1.6.4
Aether 1.6.4 provides a set of tools that can be accessed by running the aether command in your terminal. You can see a list of available commands by running:
Some of the most common commands are:
aether init: Initializes a new Haxe project with a basic structure and configuration.
aether update: Updates the project dependencies and assets.
aether build: Builds the project for the specified target platform.
aether run: Runs the project on the specified target platform.
aether package: Packages the project for distribution on the specified target platform.
aether install: Installs the project on the specified target platform.
You can also specify options and arguments for each command by using flags or parameters. For example, you can specify the target platform by using the -t or --target flag, followed by the name of the platform (such as html5, flash, windows, etc.). You can see more details about each command by running:
aether help [command]
Example: Creating and Running a Simple Haxe Project with Aether 1.6.4
To demonstrate how to use Aether 1.6.4, we will create and run a simple Haxe project that displays a message on the screen.
First, we need to create a new folder for our project and navigate to it in our terminal. Then, we can run the following command to initialize a new Haxe project with Aether:
This will create a basic project structure with some files and folders:
assets/: A folder for storing assets such as images, sounds, fonts, etc.
bin/: A folder for storing the output files of the build process.
src/: A folder for storing the source code files of the project.
.aether/: A hidden folder for storing configuration files and temporary files used by Aether. 061ffe29dd