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From my (limited) knoweldge of Java, if they haven't ran the class through some kind of obfuscator, then you should be able to decompile them. If they have obscured them in anyway, then you've got a bigger task on your hand. The process can be reverssed but is a little tricky.

Here's a list of some decompiler tools that I know of. There are probably a number of others out there, and you will probably have better results doing a google for this one.


It know there's a module on CPAN to write Perl classes in Java, but I haven't see any that decompiles java classes. I may be wrong however. But it seems to me like you need to decompile first using one of the decompilers above and then use the data in your Perl script.

You might also be interested in this article which compares 3 of the leading Java decompilers. It could help you determine which, if any, meet your needs.

Hope this helps.

- wil

In reply to (wil) Re: Java Decompilation in Perl by wil
in thread Java Decompilation in Perl by Stegalex

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