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Ralph Cook
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I'm using ant with antenna, proguard obfuscator, and Sun's wireless toolkit. I am building something for my company that has worked in the past; I've made changes and now am trying to run ant for the first time. wtkpackage (part of antenna) tells me I have a "wrong class name". It gives me the (unobfuscated) name of a class that might be first alphabetically among fully-qualified class names in the project, and one that I have not yet modified.

I've tried -dontpackage, -dontusemixedclassnames, and remove -overloadaggressively -- I still get the same error.

Does anyone have any suggestions? Can someone point me to possibly reasons why this would happen? I am obfuscating, so I didn't even make up the class names we're using. I disabled mixed-case problems, so we don't have both a.java and A.java.

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