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Android Publish an Android App Publishing on Google Play Removing Log Calls

Big Group
Big Group
16,464 Points

Error in 'proguard-rules.pro' file after pasting in code.

Hi,

I've put the code to remove log calls into the proguard-rules file and I've got an error appearing at the end of my file (next to the '}' character), saying:

'ProguardTokenType.CRLF expected, unexpected end of file'

Any ideas why this might be?

Thanks!

I think you might have done something wrong when you did the copy paste. I suggest you recheck the code. If that doesn't fix it and you are using an older version (< 0.8.3) of android studio then that might be a previous bug: https://android-review.googlesource.com/#/c/96030/ that is now fixed on the new updates, so updating it might resolve it.

These are the two suggestions I have.

How can I update android studio? I downloaded the version from Treehouse. It looks like it is 8.2. I am also having an error when entering in the pasted code.

ameydharden - I just saw your question. I hope you have sorted it out by now.

I have the same problem error: 'ProguardTokenType.CRLF expected, unexpected end of file'. I copied this text from the teacher's notes:

-assumenosideeffects class android.util.Log {
    public static boolean isLoggable(java.lang.String, int);
    public static int v(...);
    public static int i(...);
    public static int w(...);
    public static int d(...);
    public static int e(...);
}

And the error pops right after the to the '}' character that ends the block.

I downloaded the android studio that was given my treehouse, (0.82)

4 Answers

Fabrice Cochet
Fabrice Cochet
1,035 Points

Yes,

I think that code in file proguard-rules.pro is too strict.

I tried

<p>-assumenosideeffects class android.util.Log
{
    public static boolean isLoggable(java.lang.String, int);
    public static int v(...);
    public static int i(...);
    public static int w(...);
    public static int d(...);
    public static int e(...);
}</p>

instead of

<p>-assumenosideeffects class android.util.Log {
    public static boolean isLoggable(java.lang.String, int);
    public static int v(...);
    public static int i(...);
    public static int w(...);
    public static int d(...);
    public static int e(...);
}</p>

and I had an error

Note : How can we add bbcode in order to say that a part is a piece of code ?

On the Markdowm Cheatsheet it says... "Code Wrap your code with 3 backticks (```) on the line before and after. If you specify the language after the first set of backticks, that'll help us with syntax highlighting.

        ```html
        <p>This is code!</p>
        ```"

Also...I think you have pasted the same code twice. The only difference is the white spaces. Maybe you did that by mistake?

Fabrice Cochet
Fabrice Cochet
1,035 Points

Thanks gloria !

It works.

I didn't see the note "Reference this Markdown Cheatsheet for syntax examples for formatting your post. " (^_^)

No worries :D You are welcome Fabrice!

Fabrice Cochet
Fabrice Cochet
1,035 Points

No i didn't make a error.

I know that the only difference is the open brace on a new line or at the end line.

In the case of a brace on new line, there is an error notified by "Android Studio" even if the compilation is OK

It's for this reason that I wrote Android Studio is too strict.

Oh okay. I never faced that issue. That's interesting.

Robert DeFilippi
Robert DeFilippi
734 Points

Humm...after reading about this problem (which I also had) I updated to Android Studio 9.x from 8.2. However now AS is asking me for my SDK location. Is this new with 9.x or did I miss something :/