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# Copyright (C) 2015 The Android Open Source Project
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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# limitations under the License.
# Following libraries contain references to newer platform versions.
# Don't warn about those in case this app is linking against an older
# platform version. We know about them, and they are safe.
# This is due to legacy API katniss is referencing. Seems safe.
-keepclasseswithmembers class*DataSource {
int readAt(long, byte[], int, int);
long getSize();
void close();
-keepclasseswithmembers class {
native <methods>;
# Configuration of proguard via annotations. Apply them to
# the elements of your program not only to ensure correct proguard
# functionality, but to document non-obvious entry points to your code to make
# it survive refactorings.
# Annotations are implemented as attributes, so we have to explicitly keep them.
# Catch all which encompasses attributes like RuntimeVisibleParameterAnnotations
# and RuntimeVisibleTypeAnnotations
-keepattributes RuntimeVisible*Annotation*
# JNI is an entry point that's hard to keep track of, so there's
# an annotation to mark fields and methods used by native code.
# Keep the annotations that proguard needs to process.
-keep class*
# Just because native code accesses members of a class, does not mean that the
# class itself needs to be annotated - only annotate classes that are
# referenced themselves in native code.
-keep* class *
-keepclassmembers class * {* *;
# For tests
-keep class * {*;}
-keepclasseswithmembers class * { <methods>;
# Grpc used by epg via reflection
-keep class io.grpc.internal.DnsNameResolverProvider