Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Re: Will Google release Javascript compression tool?

I got tired of the lack of tools to compress and obfuscate, so I have tried to tackle the issue. is a bunch of obfuscators I made. will minify and use real compression (LZMA, ZIP, gzip, bzip, etc) that extracts VIA web browser client side inline/offline/online

On Thursday, May 18, 2006 at 10:22:39 PM UTC-4, markm wrote:
There doesn't seem to be a good javascript compressor/obfuscator
available that doesn't break code. Google must have an in-house tool
they've used on Maps etc.

Do they have any plans to provide this to the general public?

Having said that, I'm of two minds as to whether this is a good idea. I
think we've all benefited at some point from the unobfuscated code of
others and reverse engineering is such a bore.


Mark Maunder.

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