Re: [abc-users] abc produces broken class files

From: Pavel Avgustinov <>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 12:09:20 +0000

Hi Thomas,

Thanks for that. My experiments were done on a 1.5.0 jvm, but I've just
repeated them on 1.6.0 and again things worked.

It looks to me to be a windows-specific issue -- for some reason Jasmin gets
confused about a backslash in the path. Eric, could you perhaps comment on
whether this is a known problem?

Unfortunately I don't have a windows machine handy to try it out on; I'll try
to do that tonight and hopefully get back to you.

- P

On Thursday 27 March 2008 11:53:18 Thomas Pawlitzki wrote:
> Hey Pavel,
> > Unfortunately I can't reproduce your problem:
> >
> > "abc-ja" is just an alias for "java -Xmx512M abc.main.Main -ext abc.ja".
> > The output of abc is attached.
> > Could you send us the (full) output of abc on your machine? How does it
> > differ from mine?
> I attached the full output which is generated by my ant script. There
> is no difference to yours until the compiler enters the writing-phase.
> When it starts to write the class files it logs the Jasmin errors. I
> just tried with a fresh svn version: 5028
> Still the same problem.
> Under which JRE are you running the compiler?
> I am using
> java version "1.6.0_03"
> Greetings,
> Thomas
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