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Dear friends,

Proguard java obfuscator software is great.

Still, I'm having some trouble regarding the following:

- When I do the obfuscation, the class names are renamed, for instance, like a.a.x
But regarding the methods, functions, some correspond to 'a' (a.a.x.a for a double procedure for instance) BUT others - in the same class - have the same letter (namely the void ones). So when I call the lib, it assume the first kind (double, int...) but not the void's...

Can you please help me out in this subject? There's surely one option
I'm not choosing (or are in fact choosing wrongly...) that's creating
this mess...

Please answer as soon as possible,

Kind regards,

Kepler
 
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Is this a hypothetical question, or an actual problem? If the latter, post the details of the methods, the relevant output of the obfuscation, and the relevant part of the ProGuard config file.
 
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