So, you've now succsessfully downloaded Skidfuscator onto your computer and are wondering how to run it?
Skidfuscator runs via the command line, using the Java CLI. We strongly advise you are familiar with this in order to enjoy a seamless Skidfuscator experience.
CLI options for Skidfuscator
java -jar <yourSkidfuscatorFile.jar> and you will be presented with various options:
Your input jar
The input jar you want to obfuscate with Skidfuscator.
The path to the file which contains your exclusions.
USE THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK Completely skips critical forms of computation such as libraries. Support may be limited if you choose to use this option.
The path to the folder which contains libraries / dependencies required to obfuscate your jar file.
Opt out of analytics
This option will not provide us any analytics such as errors you may encounter, or obfuscator usage statistics.
The path to where you would like your obfuscated jar to be output, if this option is left empty it will be output in the directory that Skidfuscator was executed in.
Allows you to enable phantom computation for classes, again, if this option is used, supported may be limited. We strongly advise you provide the necessary libraries required and obfuscate your jar file.
The path to your java runtime.