the manitu group, creators of ActionScript Viewer, have been busy lately. ASV, which entered the scene as a simple sneak-a-peek-at-your-code tool, has matured into a very handy companion to flash, worthy of any developer's attention. in february the manitu group released ASV 3.1, which can now convert the outline of any flash shape to SVG or to raw data for consumption by actionscript's drawing api (thanks to peter hall's drawing class). ASV can also extract the sounds, bitmaps, and symbols of a movie (handy if you lost or corrupted your .fla file). and, for the ultra-geeks, ASV will let you look at your ActionScript code in Flash Player bytecode form.
recently, the manitu group started producing plugins for ASV, so their complete product offering now includes:
ActionScript Viewer - ActionScript and Flash decompiler
URL Action Editor - update getURL() calls in your .swf without opening flash
ActionScript Replacer - change a block of code in your .swf file without opening flash
ASV IE Cache SWF Browser - retrieve .swf files from internet explorer's cache
ASV Projector Creator - create compressed .swf files and projectors for flash player 4, 5, and 6 (i.e., reduce file size for your movies or projectors)