DecompileNB6.0 - plugin detail

This is another module that integrates the popular JAD (or JODE) decompiler into netbeans.

NetBeans Plugin - DecompileNB6.0
Plugin owner: graeme_m_ross
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Added: 2007-11-09
License: Open
Category: Debugging
Downloaded: 11,909 times
Rating:
 3.74, by 5 users

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Introduction

To use the system
  1. set up the path to the JAD decompiler on your system in the Options->Miscellaneous->Decompiler panel
  2. Mount the directory with your class files as a Source directory
  3. Right Click on the appropriate class file and select decompile. The decompiled file should appear in the source directory.
  4. Recompile the decompiled file.
  5. If required you can see logging messages from the decompile process in the Decompile Log window. This can be found in Windows->Output->Decompile Log

Caution. JAD does not always properly decompile the class file.

At the start of each line in the decompiled file, I have placed the actual line number from the original class file. This helps you when you are trying to read a stack trace from a system running the original class

If you want to replace the recompiled file with the original class file simply remove the .java file from the Source directory and then build the project again. The recompiled file will be replaced by the original class file from the source directory

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User Comments

  

Add JD-Core

JAD and JODE were great, but they haven't been maintained in years. It would be great if you could add the decompiler from http://java.decompiler.free.fr/. It works on Linux, OSX, and Windows.
Posted by ranbato on Sep 22, 2009
  

Re: On Linux it does not work

The Plugin depends on the JAD Decompiler, as this decompiler is windows based (as far as I am aware) I would be surprised if it worked on a Linux based system. Sorry :(
Posted by graeme_m_ross on Oct 27, 2008
  

On linux it does not work

I installed it today on my netbeans 6.1 on gentoo linux, I followed your instructions but when I select decompile with the right click in the Decompile Log appears that it cannot find the java file:

Exception java.io.FileNotFoundException: home/test/SVILUPPO/NetBeansProjects/webengine/prova/com/ejbs/xmlcontentreader/XMLContentReaderBean.java (No such file or directory)

It seems that it miss the starting / of the path (/home/test/...)

How can I make it works?

thanks!
Posted by stefy on Oct 20, 2008
  

Five Start well deserve.

This is the best so far for NetBean decompiler, easy to to install, just followed the installation guildline.
Posted by shiokee on Dec 14, 2007
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