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Proguard with netbeans 7.3  RSS feed

 
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Can anyone please tell me how to use proguard 4.8 with netbeans
where to put the proguard.jar [ie in which folder] & how to configure it with my jar file & what & where to write in the build.xml regarding the configuration & all
I am new to j2me & its pretty much confusing the way it is

a detailed response woould be appreciated

Thanks
 
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Welcome to Javaranch
Adding any jar file to the Netbeans library would allow you to build the project. See adding libraries to Netbeans for more info.
 
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This question is not specific to Java Micro Edition, moving to appropriate forum.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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