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    J2ME Proguard file size.

    Hello Everyone,

    Am developing an app in which i have used two external api's kxml & lwuit. App is working fine but size of build is more that 1MB. After lot of research i have decided to go with proguard which reduces the size of build to 400KB.
    App is still working fine but i have doubt that it may cause some runtime issues..
    So please let me know is it ok to use proguard?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: J2ME Proguard file size.

    Hi vishal.vpb,

    Proguard is a safe and efficient tool to reduce your jar file size. I have used it a lot and have had no problems with it.

    -tiviink

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    Re: J2ME Proguard file size.

    If you use existing JARs, another option is to use their source rather than the final JAR in your built process. Then, Proguard is able to identify just those .class files required in your MIDlet.

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    Re: J2ME Proguard file size.

    Thank you experts for your valuable reply. This really gives me confidence to use proguard all the time while packaging.

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