-adaptresourcefilenames not working

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Masoud
2010-07-01
2012-12-17
  • Masoud

    Masoud - 2010-07-01

    I have added the -adaptresourcefilenames  line to my .pro file, using ProGuard version 4.5

    The output jar file has de1/*.class files with obfuscated names, but de1/resources/*.properties files have the original class names in the filenames.

    Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

    Here's my .pro file:
    # obfuscator settings file, (using ProGuard obfuscator)
    -injars       dist/De1.jar
    -outjars      dist/De1_out.jar
    -libraryjars  <java.home>/lib/rt.jar;dist/lib

    -keepattributes SourceFile,LineNumberTable
    # map file for decoding call stacks
    -printmapping De1.map

    # to rename i18n resources for each form (the <className>.properties file)
    -repackageclasses ''  # i added this just in case the -adaptresourcefilenames only works in this case; this doesn't seem to do anything different
    -adaptresourcefilenames **.properties,**.gif,**.jpg

    #-adaptresourcefilenames    **.properties,**.gif,**.jpg
    #-adaptresourcefilecontents **.properties,META-INF/MANIFEST.MF

    -keep public class de1.De1App {
        public static void main(java.lang.String);
    }

    -keepclasseswithmembernames class * {
        native <methods>;
    }
    -keepnames class de1.LibXlsEntryInfo

    -keepclassmembernames class * {
        void close();
        public void close();
        void Xfer1(de1.utXferContext);
    }

    I do get 1394 duplicate class name errors, but the output jar file is created anyway
    Errors like:  Note: duplicate definition of library class

     
  • Eric Lafortune

    Eric Lafortune - 2010-07-02

    ProGuard only renames resource files with exactly the same paths as the corresponding file names. It doesn't know about infixes like resources/. You'll have to keep the class names or rename the resource files in some other way.

    Eric.

     

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