How is the decompiler distributed ?The sources and the binaries are distributed separately. Both of them are distributed as gzipped-tar files.
How do I install the decompiler ?Download the decompiler binaries, distributed as a gzipped-tar file. Unpack it to a directory and set the environment variable JREVERSE_HOME point to the directory. Add JREVERSE_HOME/bin to PATH environment variable.
How do I run my decompiler ?
$ jrevpro -gTo launch the decompiler as a Swing-based application.
$ jrevpro -uTo launch the decompiler as an AWT application.
How do I use the command-line version ?To Decompile a class file -
jrevpro -dcTo Disassemble a class file -
jrevpro -daTo view the ConstantPool of the class file -
jrevpro -vpInteractive session. Type 'help' to get started.
Do I need any special tool to build the decompiler ?The project uses a platform-independent XML file (build.xml) as its Makefile. So you need the ANT utility available at http://ant.apache.org/ to compile the project.
How do I submit bugs/modifications ?You can help to make the software better by submitting bugs as soon as you encounter them.
Please use the bug submission method in the sourceforge.net project web site by visiting here.