Jad plugin: new version for 635

Hi,

I just uploaded a new version of the jad plugin that should work with build
635 (yes, I know there is a newer build).

=> 485894bytes Jul 19 20:26
http://www.tagtraum.com/download/ideajad-635-1.tar.gz
=> 489495bytes Jul 19 20:27
http://www.tagtraum.com/download/ideajad-635-1.zip

Cheers,

-hendrik

Changes

IdeaJad 635.1
=============
- Added decompile dir dialog
- Added support for linux (untested, feedback welcome)
- Added support for classes that aren't in a jar
- Some design changes
- Adjusted to new action names in build 635

IdeaJad 632.1
=============
- First version


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Thanks!

The combo box works funny in 636 with the default L&F, but that might
just be a 636 issue.

So I look forward to the next version for 636, where the decompiled file is automatically
opened. In fact, it may even be possible to show the decompiled file right in the ".class"
viewer.

Hendrik Schreiber wrote:

Hi,

I just uploaded a new version of the jad plugin that should work with build
635 (yes, I know there is a newer build).

=> 485894bytes Jul 19 20:26
http://www.tagtraum.com/download/ideajad-635-1.tar.gz
=> 489495bytes Jul 19 20:27
http://www.tagtraum.com/download/ideajad-635-1.zip

Cheers,

-hendrik

Changes

IdeaJad 635.1
=============
- Added decompile dir dialog
- Added support for linux (untested, feedback welcome)
- Added support for classes that aren't in a jar
- Some design changes
- Adjusted to new action names in build 635

IdeaJad 632.1
=============
- First version


--

Erb

==============================================================
"Most of you are familiar with the virtues of a programmer.
There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris."
- Larry Wall
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The combo box works funny in 636 with the default L&F, but that might
just be a 636 issue.


It's the standard-idea-chooseDialog. It should always have the right
lookandfeel as it is not assembled by the plugin.

>

So I look forward to the next version for 636, where the decompiled file

is automatically

opened. In fact, it may even be possible to show the decompiled file

right in the ".class"

viewer.


that's definitely on the agenda :)

-hendrik



>

Hendrik Schreiber wrote:

Hi,

>

I just uploaded a new version of the jad plugin that should work with

build

635 (yes, I know there is a newer build).

>

=> 485894bytes Jul 19 20:26
http://www.tagtraum.com/download/ideajad-635-1.tar.gz
=> 489495bytes Jul 19 20:27
http://www.tagtraum.com/download/ideajad-635-1.zip

>

Cheers,

>

-hendrik

>

Changes

>

IdeaJad 635.1
=============
- Added decompile dir dialog
- Added support for linux (untested, feedback welcome)
- Added support for classes that aren't in a jar
- Some design changes
- Adjusted to new action names in build 635

>

IdeaJad 632.1
=============
- First version

>
>

>

--

>

Erb

>

==============================================================
"Most of you are familiar with the virtues of a programmer.
There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris."
- Larry Wall
==============================================================

>


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Erb wrote:

So I look forward to the next version for 636, where the decompiled file
is automatically In fact, it may even be possible to show the decompiled file
right in the ".class" viewer.


This is what the jbuilder jad plugin does. it is completely transparent.
Just open a class without source, and you get a decompiled source. The
editor is of course readonly.

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