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Re^2: How do I textually combine a large number of modules into a single file?

by jettero (Monsignor)
on Sep 07, 2011 at 10:25 UTC ( #924578=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How do I textually combine a large number of modules into a single file?
in thread How do I textually combine a large number of modules into a single file?

The problem can't really be solved by using a compiled language either. There are decompilers for every compiled language. The code won't be pretty, but you can figure it out enough to rip off what ever it is the obfu was guarding. Indeed, I recall seeing a proof that in a general sense, obfu is impossible. I can't find it on google scholar searches, and I don't recall the author. I did find a paper that showed deobfu is NP-Easy though (Appel). Not sure how relevant that is though…

Anyway, I would say the only way to prevent them from seeing your code is to run it as a web service (or similar) so they can't get at the executing process.

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[Corion]: Once more, I'm looking for a sane client-side framework, but I guess these don't exist. Everything I look at either uses a weirdo home-grown templating language (like Angular in all its incarnations) or uses weirdo Javascript incarnations (like ...
[Corion]: ... Inferno.js, which uses ES2015) or uses some horrible amount of Javascript infrastructure before you can even render a single file.
[Corion]: I'd really like to create a dynamic frontend for my Google Keep clone, but so far, all the templating solutions seem to bring their own template language or require me to hand-code everything in (their own flavour of) Javascript. I'd like something ...
[Corion]: ... that can use templates from the HTML (via <script language="text/ template">... my template ...</script> and otherwise gets out of my way. But it seems that is not how the Javascript world is, currently :-/
[Corion]: I guess my question is, has anybody worked with React, Ember, Angular (v2, v4, v.whatever) or any other JS client-side dynamic rendering/virtual DOM thingie and found a simple, single-file solution like jQuery?

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