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Request: Option to ignore packages/directories
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Jay
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2008-07-30 13:41:30


Hi, I just tested this software and it worked for me while other obfuscators  failed miserably.

One thing I notice is that it would be a great adition ( and probably a simple one to add )  to give the user the option to ignore certain  packages/directories.

Many projects use third party packages, for instance  caurina.Tween for animation and in my case I use a third part pathfinding AStar algorithm    implementation.

Usually the developer has little control over this packages using dynamic reference and it would be a pain to search and replace to fix problems with this, since it's some times a huge code base.

Since these third part packages are usually open-source anyway,  there's no real benefit in obfuscating them.

By being able to turn off obfuscation on these packages a lot of problems could be avoided.

Thank you and congratz for this great software.

- JAY


niko
Moderator
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2008-07-31 09:15:03

Thanks for the suggestion, that's a good idea. Added on the features-to-be-implemented list :)


B.Ritzl
Guest
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2008-11-24 14:10:25

I agree with the previous poster. Ignoring packages/folder would be awesome!


Jake Lewis
Guest
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2008-12-03 18:23:45

Yes,  having to add each file (trivial) and each public method or variable to the exclude list is both time consuming and error prone.

Can you please give a roadmap of when this and other features are to be implemented, as this effects our purchasing decision.

Jake


niko
Moderator
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2008-12-03 20:41:22

It's going to be in the next version, but I cannot say when this will be out. I hope this will be end of December.


niko
Moderator
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2008-12-15 18:32:48

Update: irrfuscator 1.1.6 has just been released which adds this feature.


Jake Lewis
Guest
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2009-02-03 01:46:52

I got the --ignorepkg:dir to work, but I am unsure of the syntax to make a package more than one level deep from the root

I tried:
--ignorepkg:dir.dir2
--ignorepkg:dir\dir2
--ignorepkg:dir/dir2

What is the correct syntax for nested packages?

Thanks, Jake



niko
Moderator
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2009-02-03 16:38:40

Hi,
basically it should work using --ignorepkg:dir\dir2, but it looks like there is a bug and it doesn't correctly do what it should. Sorry for this, but this bug will be fixed in the next version which should be out relatively soon.


niko
Moderator
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2009-02-04 10:54:55

Update: The bug should now be fixed in version 1.2.1


Sri
Guest
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2009-09-17 12:23:32

--ignorepkg does not work for some reason for me.
Is it still a working feature? I would like to know the correct syntax.


niko
Moderator
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2009-09-18 13:27:59

The --ignorepgk option should work like this: For example if you have a
project in C:\projects\foobar, and there is a package 'baz' which is
directly in the root, you can tell irrfuscator to ignore that package using

--ignorepkg:baz

If you want to ignore a package below another package, it works like this:
Let's say there is a package 'sub' below 'baz', and you only want to ignore
the 'sub' package. Then use it in this way:

--ignorepkg:baz\sub

Also, try if upper/lowercase is a problem in your case.


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