SWF Decompiler for Adobe (formerly Macromedia) Flash 4, 5, MX, MX 2004 and 8 SWF files
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October 28, 2005: ASV 5 released
This version adds Flash 8 support.
Please see this post for more info.
August 8, 2005: About Flash 8 release and upgrades
Today Macromedia announced Flash 8. Actual release is expected around mid-September. We will release ASV 5 with Flash 8 support as soon as possible after Flash 8 release. ASV customers who have purchased ASV after or on September 1, 2003 will be eligible for free ASV 5 upgrade (For other users, upgrade costs just US$14). All purchases dating from August 1, 2005 will be considered as ASV 5 purchases for upgrade purposes.
September 16, 2005: ASV 5 Beta 4 is available to all ASV 4 customers
We have made the latest beta of ASV 5 executable (with full Flash 8 support) available to all our current ASV 4 customers. The download is available at ASV 4 download locations, and this beta works with ASV 4 license files. We intend to fix any issues before ASV 5 release, so please let us know about bugs and problems. (This will delay the actual 5.00 release a few days).
June 27, 2005: ASV 4.086 released
This version enhances the decompiler engine and fixes a few issues.
One of the issues fixed is with 'Eliminate redundant jumps' preference. Also this preference is not selected by default now, because it may slow down the decompile and it's needed only for some obfuscated SWF files.
'Import valid dead jumps' preference added, and is selected by default. When ASV does a Safe Import of actions, dead code is removed. Sometimes jumps are removed because they are never executed. While this is correct, it sometimes changes the script structure. With this preference selected, ASV keeps those dead jumps in place.
Actionscript import preferences now have their own tab in the preferences dialog.
June 6, 2005: ASV 4.085 released
This is a bug fix update; there are a few enhancements to the decompiler engine too.
As anyone who uses ASV will tell, ASV almost never crashes or freezes. Sometimes it seems like ASV is frozen, because proessing some very large scripts may take time, but it's almost never the case... With ASV 4.084 we added 'Eliminate redundant jumps' preference and selected it by default. It turned out some application that modifes SWF files and inserts invalid jumps in scripts managed to freeze ASV (when this preference is selected in ASV 4.084).
We were not going to release an update this soon, but because of this issue, we had to. And while fixing this bug, we tweaked the decompiler engine a bit and added a few extra decompiler preferences ('Eliminate redundant jumps Level 2', 'Resolve certain invalid jumps' and 'Do not show warnings for unexpected end actions').
If you are working with SWF files produces by Flash and not modified by another application, you can safely uncheck 'Eliminate redundant jumps' and 'Resolve certain invalid jumps' preferences and it will make decompiling faster too.
May 23, 2005: ASV 4.084 released
Major changes are:
Major changes are:
This update adds support for version 7 projectors (earlier, though it was simple, you had to manually add support. This was in order to avoid licensing issues). Also now decompressing partially downloaded SWF files is supported.
Current customers can download the updated version at their download pages.
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