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This package makes it easy to read and write java classfiles. It doesn't, however, provide any help with displaying the contents of a classfile to the user (unless you count debug output), or disassembling the bytecodes.

This code snippet will read in a classfile and write it back out to a different file.

    InputStream is = new FileInputStream("Foo.class");
    OutputStream os = new FileOutputStream("FooCopy.class");
    ClassInfo classInfo = new ClassInfo();
    new ClassFileReader().read(is, classInfo);
    classInfo.setName("FooCopy");  // Java requires the class name to match the file name
    new ClassFileWriter().write(classInfo, os);

URL: http://www.kimbly.com/code/classfile/
Licence: Public Domain

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