I'm fine transitioning to haxe by staying with with the flash target initially. The Feathers link you provided is for an outdated version, I could use it for reference though :)
I was hoping there was a way to target flash with haxe while being able to mix .hx and .as files. It seems I'd have to create a swc of any .as code/libs I use when a change is made/updated or port the .as code to .hx with the help of the tools you linked to.
I've noticed there is work on stage3D support for other targets with openFL, I'm hoping a more experienced haxe developer would be interested in porting the recent release of starling 1.4 as well as feathers 1.2 once released, I may give it a try if I have the time.
I updated vaxe to work better with vim-airline and YouCompleteMe (YCM). I really like them both, so they may be useful even if you don't use vaxe. https://github.com/jdonaldson/vaxe
Airline is a snazzy status line replacement (https://github.com/bling/vim-airline). YouCompleteMe is a completion bundle (https://github.com/Valloric/YouCompleteMe) that supports fuzzy-matching. The screenshot below shows me trying to find "int" related methods, and YCM finds them even if they don't begin with those characters. Airline provides the nicely formatted contextual information at the bottom.
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The food was good, but nothing spectacular. We also waited an extremely long time to get a table and get served. Might have been an off night. I love Greek food, so all things considered I'd give them another shot in a few months or so.
It's decent pizza, and a few good italian style cocktails. But, it's a bit expensive. The interior is uneven too... they have a great wood fired oven and a nice bar, but the tables were a bit worn down. They usually keep it very dark inside to hide it.