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JReversePro is a Java Decompiler / Disassembler written entirely in Java. This reverse engineering utility is issued under the GNU GPL (see license). The utlimate objective of this project is to provide a decompiler that generates a Java object-based structure that can be programmatically inspected using a specific API.

Features:

  • The software is written 100 % in Java which implies you can seamlessly integrate your java applications with this.
  • The .class files could be disassembled to examine the JVM bytecode.
  • Command-line version now has the option to view constant pool.
  • Three flavours of the software - namely the Swing-based, AWT-based and the command-line based UI are available all with the same decompiling engine for people with different needs.
  • The contents of the ConstantPool could be examined as a dialog in the Swing-flavour.
  • Command-line version now has the option to view constant pool. Please see FAQ for more details regarding the same.

URL: http://jrevpro.sourceforge.net/
Licence: GPL


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