obfuscator of idea classes

Hi...

may I ask you JetBrains guys what kind of obfuscator you are using? We need
one soon, and it seems that yours works well.

Ciao

...Jochen



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We use Zelix KlassMaster (ZKM) - http://www.zelix.com/

"Jochen Riekhof" <jochen@riekhof.de> wrote in message news:blbll9$cq$1@is.intellij.net...

Hi...

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may I ask you JetBrains guys what kind of obfuscator you are using? We need
one soon, and it seems that yours works well.

>

Ciao

>

...Jochen

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Not that I have used it, but yWorks have a LGPL version that can be used from ant

http://www.yworks.com/en/products_yguard_about.htm



Regards
Martin

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ProGuard[/url] also works quite well, and it's free (as in speech, for those who care).

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Here's another free one: http://proguard.sf.net
This is the one we use internally as well, since it's developed by a
Luciad employee in his spare time. On the proguard page there's also a
list of alternative obfuscators, which might help you in your choice.

Pepijn

Martin Husted Hartvig wrote:

Not that I have used it, but yWorks have a LGPL version that can be used from ant

http://www.yworks.com/en/products_yguard_about.htm



Regards
Martin


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We use Zelix KlassMaster (ZKM) - http://www.zelix.com/


Wow, looks cool. Thanks a lot :-).

Many thanks also for all the other links!

Ciao

...Jochen



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On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 12:24:38 +0200, Jochen Riekhof wrote:

may I ask you JetBrains guys what kind of obfuscator you are using? We
need one soon, and it seems that yours works well.


Unless you use generics it seams :P

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"It's all in the heat of the moment, it's all in the pain..." Devy.
Mark Derricutt @ mark@talios.com @ talios.blog-city.com

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Mark Derricutt wrote:

On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 12:24:38 +0200, Jochen Riekhof wrote:

>> may I ask you JetBrains guys what kind of obfuscator you are using? We
>> need one soon, and it seems that yours works well.


Unless you use generics it seams :P

Well, it is OK with generics, in a sense that it does not really break
much - it only breaks generics annotations in scrambled classes.

Friendly,
Dmitry
--
Dmitry Lomov
IntelliJ Labs / JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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