[Soot-list] anyone try soot (dava) on scala 2.8.x compiled code successfully?
bodden at st.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de
Fri Jan 7 02:40:23 EST 2011
To me the names look like names of anonymous inner classes. I agree
that javap should help de-mystify a few things. To me it looks like
this is not really Soot's mistake: it appears that these classes are
referenced. The question is just why the code does not fail then, if
the classes are not provided.
On 6 January 2011 21:40, Craig Bordelon <bord at iscp.telcordia.com> wrote:
> Hello Eric,
> I have no evidence that these names are actually classes at all.
> Though, I grant that the names look like they could be classes.
> So, it could be that the scala compiler is placing these names into the byte code somewhere but that they are not provided at runtime?
> I dont know the answer, though I think i'll try javap/scalap -private on a few actual runtime classes to see if they show up.
> What i do know is that the jvm is able to load all the actual runtime classes that i've tried from the scala distribution including some that have similar names.
> So, if these names are in some of the byte code, the fact that they're missing at runtime, does not seem to affect the runtime class loading.
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