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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Adobe Makes API Available For Flash Player 9 On Linux

To enable Flash Player to adapt to Linux component variations, Adobe is providing default implementations of audio, secure sockets, and Unicode and making an API available for developers to adapt these areas to any particular Linux configuration. Adobe is delivering a support layer as an open-source dynamic library called flashsupport.

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