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# This ProGuard configuration file illustrates how to use annotations for
# specifying which classes and class members should be kept.
# Usage:
# java -jar proguard.jar
# Specify the input, output, and library jars.
# This is assuming the code has been compiled in the examples directory.
-injars examples(*.class)
-outjars out
-libraryjars <java.home>/lib/rt.jar
# Some important configuration is based on the annotations in the code.
# We have to specify what the annotations mean to ProGuard.
-include lib/
# We can then still add any other options that might be useful.
# Print out a list of what we're preserving.
# Preserve all annotations themselves.
-keepattributes *Annotation*
# Preserve all native method names and the names of their classes.
-keepclasseswithmembernames class * {
native <methods>;
# Preserve the special static methods that are required in all enumeration
# classes.
-keepclassmembers class * extends java.lang.Enum {
public static **[] values();
public static ** valueOf(java.lang.String);
# Explicitly preserve all serialization members. The Serializable interface
# is only a marker interface, so it wouldn't save them.
# You can comment this out if your application doesn't use serialization.
# If your code contains serializable classes that have to be backward
# compatible, please refer to the manual.
-keepclassmembers class * implements {
static final long serialVersionUID;
static final[] serialPersistentFields;
private void writeObject(;
private void readObject(;
java.lang.Object writeReplace();
java.lang.Object readResolve();