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Hello!


I'm trying to obfuscate my app.jar file. It contains other jars, so my app.pro file looks like this:

In c:/test/lib.zip i packed all necessary jars.
When I start the application I get ClassNotFoundException for classes that should be loaded from jars packed in lib.zip.

How can I include necessary jars properly in the app_out.jar, so I won't get ClassNotFoundException?


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ProGuard does not repackage jar/zip files. If you want the contents of lib.zip to be part of app_out.jar, you'll need to add them in a separate step after the obfuscation.
 
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