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proguard in eclipse java proyect

 
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Hi,
I would like to obfuscate my java project but I can't
I download proguard and I copy in my project the jar file. I do:

but doesnt works, it says me that dont find the file.
I see in my workspace that the file of the project is .project


Could you help me please?
Many thanks and sorry for my English!
 
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david luis wrote:it says me that dont find the file.


Doesn't find which file ? Copy and paste the exact error message.
 
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Stuart A. Burkett wrote:

david luis wrote:it says me that dont find the file.


Doesn't find which file ? Copy and paste the exact error message.



 
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@ is a shorthand form of the -include option, which allows you to specify a file in which more configuration options can be found.
So you are telling proguard to use the configuration options specified in the file para.pro. That's the file it can't find, because as you can see from your directory listing, it doesn't exist.
 
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Stuart A. Burkett wrote:@ is a shorthand form of the -include option, which allows you to specify a file in which more configuration options can be found.
So you are telling proguard to use the configuration options specified in the file para.pro. That's the file it can't find, because as you can see from your directory listing, it doesn't exist.


Yes, but I dont have any .pro file. I'm working with eclipse.
 
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david luis wrote:Yes, but I dont have any .pro file. I'm working with eclipse.


So don't use that option.
If there's no para.pro file, there's no point in telling proguard to get options from it.
 
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