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Old 06-25-2009, 02:47 AM   #1
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Linux based java decompiler to be called from shell script

I am writing a shellscript in which I want to obtain original Javacode from a bulk of jar files.I am unjaring them successfully and then I have to decompile the class files to obtain the original java code.

While using "javap" from shellscript I am not getting the complete java code.Therefore I have to use some other Linux based java decompiler which can be called from shellscript to perform the bulk decompilation.

Please provide me with some Linux based decompiler(preferably freeware) which I can call from shell-script to act upon my class files.
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I use jad - no source code but binaries available (even statically linked which should always work as long as you are on a supported architecture)
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Here is a pointer to various Linux based Java decompilers:


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