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Re: mauve results posted nightly

From: Stuart Ballard
Subject: Re: mauve results posted nightly
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 10:35:03 -0500
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Brian Jones wrote:
Stuart Ballard <address@hidden> writes:

I debugged the 1.4 problem earlier and posted about it I think, ie the
line of source and what file throws the exception... but I'm not a
class file expert and I don't know what else was added in 1.4 that
should result in additions to Jode other than this version check.

Good news - the just-released experimental japitools-0.9.1 appears to be able to japize 1.4 just fine. I imported the source for jode.bytecode and jode.util into the japitools source itself, removed the jode jarball, converted the "" files into plain java by hand, and removed the version check, and it seems to work (I made all the changes blind and untested on my crappy personal computer and just ran it once on my work computer). Results of comparison will be up shortly and it will be added to the nightlies from tonight onwards.

This also means, btw, that the html output is now available for people to play with a bit. The documentation is pretty non-existent but there's some hints in the changelog at the top of the webpage. Basically it's

$ japicompat -v jdk1x.japi.gz classpath.japi.gz | japiohtml

For old-style text output use japiotext instead of japiohtml, although this doesn't quite have all the information the old text output used to have. That will be fixed in a later version.


Stuart Ballard, Programmer
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