Dear developers and programers,
I have the 'build' of an app that was developed with Starling on the Adobe ActionScript/AIR framework. The project I have comes in two parts; first the app needs to be finished (compiled and packed into an .IPA), and second is a backend server plugged into it (which has also largely been developed). I'm only worrying about part two once the first part is complete and satisfactory.
As you'll gather, pretty much all the work has been done. My reason for posting is that I have a obstacle to completing that I know someone working with Starling already, will be able to overcome far, far quicker than I have time to do myself...
The obstacle -
An important file has gone missing. However, I'm fairly confident it can be reverse-engineered back out of the information I have pretty easily. In my folder containing the app build, I have all the assets, debug, extensions, libs, system and src folders. What I'm missing however, is the 'application' launcher file. So I have [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view], etc. but not the main compiler ([url removed, login to view] I believe).
I hope that makes sense to everyone. Happy to provide more information if it makes enough sense to you that it sounds feasible and quick.
Thanks for reading.
I'm looking at options that allow restoring the missing .fla project file.
If you've had experience replacing the .fla from a flash build, that would be great.