EDIT: It was suggested I revise my question, so here goes nothing:
Is it possible to disallow a tag to be used, or heavily discourage it; but keep the original tag, and all of its posts? ie: tags for old names of products still in use, and questions being mistagged as them by users not knowing the name.
To my knowledge, Adobe originally released the Adobe Flashbuilder IDE under a differnet name, "Flexbuilder". Therefore, Adobe
Flexbuilder is REALLY Adobe
Flashbuilder; and Adobe
Flexbuilder-3 is REALLY Adobe
Flashbuilder-3. After version four they released it under the proper (new) name.
Flex however, is the actual SDK that the IDE favors using, whilst it still supports
Actionscript-3 only projects (as does the Flash IDE.)
Therefore, valid tag combinations are:
flex flashbuilder flex4.5
An example of an invalid combination is:
flex3 flashbuilder (very unlikely, so no. (requires hacking))
flexbuilder flex4 (straight out impossible.)
In reply to the bottom comment by Mat... No, because Flexbuilder refers to the Adobe Flash Builder pre version 4. So it's really a different version tag :/ Flexbuilder should be Flashbuilder-2 and Flexbuilder-3 should be Flashbuilder-3 or something. That would streamline the tags. (this is my proposed solution)
How would we solve this?