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Retroguard: Exception in tread

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A problem with retroguard! Here is the full message i get when after compiling and while obfuscating java RetroGuard step1.jar step2.jar script.rgs Then the message i get returned after this line is Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError : RetorGuard unjar into tmpclasses Anybody got an idea what could be causing this ? I know it is a long shot !! Brian thanks

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Guest Anonymous Poster
I don''t really do java, but NoClassDefFoundError might mean it can''t find the class with the main function.

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Set the classpath when you run the Retroguard.
For example, our development batch file runs retroguard as follows


"%JDK_PATH%\bin\java" -classpath "%RETROGUARD_PATH%\retroguard.jar";"%EMPTYAPI_PATH%\emptyapi.zip";"%NOKIA_PATH%\lib\classes.zip";. RetroGuard "%JAR_FILE%" "..\%JAR_FILE%" ..\exclude.rgs

Where emptyapi.zip is the class files to link to for MIDP1.
Make a search on java.sun.com, there''s some information there as well

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The problem was the retroguard folder was moved!!

Thanks for the help lads!!

[edited by - Woody FX on March 2, 2004 7:44:31 PM]

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Guest Anonymous Poster
The problem was the retroguard folder was moved!!

Thanks for the help lads!!

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