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LoaderMax: loader context

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Hi Jack,


it would be useful to allow keyword configuration for the more standard loadercontext as well as leaving scope for more advanced usage.

this would allow it be set from the XML file per swfloader instance.


e.g. loadercontext.applicationdomain definition types:


private function setLoadContext(context:*):LoaderContext{
		var lc:LoaderContext;
		if(context is LoaderContext){
			lc = context;
			lc = new LoaderContext();
			if(context is ApplicationDomain){
				lc.applicationDomain = context;
			}else if(context is String){
					case "CHILD":
						lc.applicationDomain = new ApplicationDomain(ApplicationDomain.currentDomain);//#LC child definitions
					case "SEPARATE":
						lc.applicationDomain = new ApplicationDomain();//#LC separate definitions
					case "ADDED":
						lc.applicationDomain = ApplicationDomain.currentDomain;//#LC added definitions
				}//end switch
				lc.applicationDomain = ApplicationDomain.currentDomain;//#LC added definitions
		return lc;




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The latest version recognizes a "domain" attribute for ImageLoaders and SWFLoaders which can be "child", "separate" or "own" (the default is "own"). So you can do


Does that work well for you?

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domain applies to the security domain. I believe this poster (and myself included) would like to know if there's a way to control loaderContext.

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Sure, you can set your own LoaderContext using the "context" special property. Even set a new default one using the static LoaderMax.defaultContext property. Or were you asking if you could define a different SecurityDomain inside your XML? If so, then no - that's not currently possible although you could definitely parse the XML manually and feed in whatever LoaderContext you want to each loader as you create the instances.

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