yet another proguard question

by tovmeod » Sun, 08 Mar 2009 23:11:26 GMT


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 I searched the forum and it seems that most question in the area are
how to put it to work, my question is if it does make any sense to use
such a tool.

I have some experience with j2me, and with it not only worth it (it
decreases the final jar size) but it makes sense to obfuscate (company
didn't want people reversing the code)

so does it? anyone have experience with that?
any thoughts?

thanks in advance
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yet another proguard question

by thesquib » Mon, 09 Mar 2009 04:57:44 GMT


 The optimisation part of proguard will likely break the conversion to
dalvik byte code. Obfuscating will be fine.



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yet another proguard question

by Avraham Serour » Mon, 09 Mar 2009 05:00:50 GMT


 break? it should produce valid .class files, why would it break?
what about shrinking? proguard has different steps for shrinking code,
optimizing and obfuscating






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