using PHP to obfuscate Javascript

Hello experts--

I have a web application loads 20k lines of Javascript one time into a huge combined .JS file that I would like to obfuscate for protection.  Ideally, I'd like to download a nifty library or function that someone has wrote for  javascript obfuscation in PHP, but I am open to suggestions.   Any ideas on how I can accomplish this?
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hieloConnect With a Mentor Commented:
>>Is it valid to feed my javascript the way I am currently doing so?  
IF infact $os->build_javascript() returns only javascript code then yes.

>>I realize that some of the javascript variable names that are in my javascript code are dependent on values in my database
Again, the code you need to feed to packer is only the javascript code - the code resulting AFTER evaluating your db data/variables.

As for the code above (ID:21859930), perhaps you have invalid javascript code. What are those trailing \ supposed to be? IF you are constructing javascript dynamically, then you can't have a single statement span across multiple lines (like you do in PHP) without concatenating them.
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hieloCommented:
Refer to the PHP Version of packer:
http://dean.edwards.name/download/#packer
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DiscomonkeyAuthor Commented:
My initial tests seem to be failing, I am getting a bunch of <li> </li> in my source?


Usage:
$js = $os->build_javascript(); // returns string
$packer = new JavaScriptPacker($js, 'None', true, false);
$packed = $packer->pack();
print $packed;
 
 
 
Result:
 
....
<li>\
3<img src="'+Ext.BLANK_IMAGE_URL+'"class="icon-pref-autorun"/>\
4<a id="viewShortcuts"href="#">Shortcuts</a><br />\
5<span>Choose which applications appear in your shortcuts.</span>\
6</li>\
7<li>\
8<img src="'+Ext.BLANK_IMAGE_URL+'"class="icon-pref-autorun"/>\
9<a id="viewAutoRun"href="#">Auto Run Apps</a><br />\
10<span>Choose which applications open automatically once logged in.</span>\
11</li>\
12<li>\
13<img src="'+Ext.BLANK_IMAGE_URL+'"class="icon-pref-quickstart"/>\
14<a id="viewQuickstart"href="#">Quick Start Apps</a><br />\
15<span>Choose which applications appear in your Quick Start panel.</span>\
16</li>\
17<li>\
...

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hieloCommented:
Where is the javascript code you want to pack. Assuming you wanted to pack the following:
var x="hello world";
alert(x);

then you would need to "feed" the javascript statements to the packer (notice how the PHP variable $script is being assigned the actual javascript code which is then fed to JavaScriptPacker):

$script = <<<EOF_JS
var x="hello world";
alert(x);
EOF_JS;
 
$packer = new JavaScriptPacker($script, 'None', false, true);
$packed = $packer->pack();
echo $packed;

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DiscomonkeyAuthor Commented:
$os->build_javascript() is a method that returns a very long string that represents a combination of several javascripts.   I call this method from my head like this like:

<script type="text/javascript"  src="javascript.php"></script>

so it pulls all of the javascript I need.  Ordinarily, I just print the response, but I am trying to use the packer now to pack it then print it.

Is it valid to feed my javascript the way I am currently doing so?  I realize that some of the javascript variable names that are in my javascript code are dependent on values in my database, which will make obfuscation of those javascript variables impossible!
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