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Uniquely Compile AS2 with JSFL – Avoiding Class/Namespace Collision between swfs

AS2 does not have the concept of an application domain. So if you are loading multiple child SWFs into your AS2 project, any classes that the SWFs share will be cached at their first use. The cached definitions will stand in for any following references to the class. Not always good, and depending on your project, it can cause some pretty serious issues and headaches. Need a way around this AS2 class collision issue? Me too, so I made one.

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