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Author: Fel1x (posted 2014-02-10 19:45:53, viewed 57 times)

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#
# This ProGuard configuration file illustrates how to process ProGuard itself.
# Configuration files for typical applications will be very similar.
# Usage:
#     java -jar proguard.jar @roj4k.pro
#

# Specify the input jars, output jars, and library jars.
# We'll filter out the Ant classes, Gradle classes, and WTK classes, keeping
# everything else.

-injars  R.jar
-outjars R_out.jar

-libraryjars <java.home>/lib/rt.jar

# Write out an obfuscation mapping file, for de-obfuscating any stack traces
# later on, or for incremental obfuscation of extensions.

-printmapping roj4k.map

# Allow methods with the same signature, except for the return type,
# to get the same obfuscation name.

-overloadaggressively
-optimizationpasses 100
-allowaccessmodification 
-mergeinterfacesaggressively 

# Put all obfuscated classes into the nameless root package.

-repackageclasses ''

# Allow classes and class members to be made public.

-allowaccessmodification

# The entry point: ProGuard and its main method.

-keep public class R {
    public static void main(java.lang.String[]);
}

# If you want to preserve the Ant task as well, you'll have to specify the
# main ant.jar.

#-libraryjars /usr/local/java/ant/lib/ant.jar
#-adaptresourcefilecontents proguard/ant/task.properties
#
#-keep,allowobfuscation class proguard.ant.*
#-keepclassmembers public class proguard.ant.* {
#    <init>(org.apache.tools.ant.Project);
#    public void set*(***);
#    public void add*(***);
#}

# If you want to preserve the Gradle task, you'll have to specify the Gradle
# jars.

#-libraryjars /usr/local/java/gradle/lib/plugins/gradle-plugins-1.3.jar
#-libraryjars /usr/local/java/gradle/lib/gradle-base-services-1.3.jar
#-libraryjars /usr/local/java/gradle/lib/gradle-core-1.3.jar
#-libraryjars /usr/local/java/gradle/lib/groovy-all-1.8.6.jar

#-keep public class proguard.gradle.* {
#    public *;
#}

# If you want to preserve the WTK obfuscation plug-in, you'll have to specify
# the kenv.zip file.

#-libraryjars /usr/local/java/wtk2.5.2/wtklib/kenv.zip
#-keep public class proguard.wtk.ProGuardObfuscator





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