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How to make your applet fast ! Proguard-and JCIDE

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How to make your applet fast ! Proguard-and JCIDE

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Re: How to make your applet fast ! Proguard-and JCIDE

Post by SPaikmos » Thu Mar 31, 2022 3:19 pm

Are there any instructions on how to use proguard without the JCIDE? We use a different toolchain to develop the applet, and would like to run proguard from the commandline.

I have been able to run proguard, but I run into an error when trying to generate the .CAP file. The converter complains of the following:

unsupported bytecode astore_0 in clinit method.
unsupported bytecode aload_0 in clinit method.

The issue comes from a final static []byte array. AIUI, astore_<n> and aload_<n> are valid JVM bytecodes for JCRE, so I don't understand why I'm encountering this issue. Any ideas?

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