I finally got a new rev up of VASGen, my Violet UML ActionScript 3 Generator.
It is built against Alexandre de Pellegrin's enhanced version of Violet UML, which is designed to run either standalone, as an Eclipse plug-in, or via JNLP ("Java Web Start"). This version of Violet also has a much glossier look and feel, which make it particularly pleasant to use (thanks, Alexandre!)
The main functional enhancement to VASGen is in the area of package support. This version supports placing classes and interfaces (and nested packages) inside of packages, using the Violet modeling tool. When code is generated, the proper folders and qualified type names will be used.
If you don't want to package all of your types, or you are just sketching around inside what will end up one package, you can specify a default package by just dropping a package icon anywhere in the diagram and marking the name of it with a '+' (e.g., "+foobar").
I've tossed in a couple of bug fixes too. Details and the download are here.
If you uncover problems, I would love to hear about them and hopefully fix them.