[Soot-list] run program through cmd prompt
bodden at st.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de
Thu Apr 15 03:42:48 EDT 2010
> You didnt got my problem yet.
> see what I wrote in my first Mail.
I did understand your problem.
> I tried
> java -cp <soot> ;"my current directory where Temp and A resides" A Temp
Could you try the following?
java -cp <soot> ;"my current directory where Temp and A resides" A
-cp "directory in which Temp resides" Temp
> It throws an exception:
> classNotFoundException:cause by soot.Transformer
It would help to see the exact exception, in particular the name of
the class that cannot be found.
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