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From "Carlos Sanchez (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Closed: (MAVENUPLOAD-660) ProGuard
Date Thu, 19 Jan 2006 21:13:06 GMT
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Carlos Sanchez closed MAVENUPLOAD-660:

     Assign To: Carlos Sanchez
    Resolution: Fixed

> ProGuard
> --------
>          Key: MAVENUPLOAD-660
>          URL:
>      Project: maven-upload-requests
>         Type: Task

>     Reporter: Michael Böckling
>     Assignee: Carlos Sanchez
>  Attachments: kenv-2.2.pom, kenv-2.2.pom, proguard-3.4-bundle.jar, proguard-3.4-bundle.jar,
> ProGuard is a free Java class file shrinker, optimizer, and obfuscator. It can detect
and remove unused classes, fields, methods, and attributes. It can then optimize bytecode
and remove unused instructions. Finally, it can rename the remaining classes, fields, and
methods using short meaningless names. The resulting jars are smaller and harder to reverse-engineer.
> Note:
> - I'm not the developer
> - This project doesn't use Maven, but I checked it builds correctly using the provided
> - you might want to check the kenv dependency and see if you like the group-id (there
is no proposal for naming j2me jars in the coping-with-sun-jars table)
> - It is under GPL with a special excpetion clause. Both parts are in the license.txt.
> - I contacted the author if he would grant a GPL exception for Proguard usage in Maven
(meaning that a maven proguard plugin is allowed to use e.g. Apache 2.0 license), and it seems
that he would do that.
> If you have any questions, you may contact me at michael dot boeckling at giniality dot

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