jclasslib bytecode viewer is a tool that visualizes all aspects of compiled Java class files and the contained bytecode. In addition, it contains a library that enables developers to read, modify, and write Java class files and bytecode.
|Tags||Software Development Assemblers Code Generators Compilers Debuggers Disassemblers Libraries Quality Assurance|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release adds support for Java 7 (class files compiled with -target 1.7), "Copy to clipboard" buttons on the detail panels for "Fields" and "Methods", as well as quicklinks for opcode documentation at the bottom of the bytecode display. Furthermore, the Windows installer is now compatible with Windows 7.
Release Notes: This release brings full compatibility with Java 1.5. The new access flags in Java 1.5 (ACC_ENUM, ACC_ANNOTATION, ACC_BRIDGE, and ACC_VARARGS) and the new attributes (all annotation attributes as well as the EnclosingMethod, Signature, and LocalVariableTypeTable attributes) are now displayed in the class file viewer.
Release Notes: The bytecode viewer was enhanced. It now supports a configurable class path, cross-class field and method hyperlinks, a class path browser, and the ability to open classes from jar files. A workspace facility was added. Major improvements were made to performance and the display of information.
Release Notes: This release features major bugfixes in the class file viewer application and adds support for the current version of Netbeans. The performance of reading and writing class files in the bytecode is more than doubled, and new concepts and facilities have been introduced for the manipulation of constant pools and instructions lists.
Release Notes: The class file browser can now be used as a Netbeans module. This version works with look and feels other than Metal, and there are minor visual tweaks.