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With DJ Java Decompiler you can decompile java class-files and save it in text or other format. It's simple and easy.
DJ Java Decompiler is Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 decompiler and disassembler for Java that reconstructs the original source code from the compiled binary CLASS files (for example Java applets). DJ Java Decompiler is able to decompile complex Java applets and binaries, producing accurate source code. It lets you quickly obtain all essential information about the class files.
DJ Java Decompiler is a stand-alone Windows application; it doesn't require having Java installed! DJ Java Decompiler is not just Java decompiler and disassembler but it is also a fully featured Java editor using the graphical user interface with syntax-coloring. Using DJ Java Decompiler is easy. Select "Open" and load your desired class file, or just double-click the CLASS file you want to decompile. DJ Java Decompiler supports drag-and-drop functions for OLE. You will see the source code instantly! In "Windows Explorer" Right mouse-button pop-up menu available too. You can decompile or disassembler a CLASS files on your computer hard disk or on a network drive that you have a connection to (you must have write privileges or just change the default output directory for .jad files).
You don't need to have the Java Virtual Machine or any other Java SDK installed. But this release is able to compile, run, create JAR archives and run applets outside of the context of a Web browser when JDK is installed.
With DJ Java Decompiler you can decompile more than one java class file at one time. "Tools"-> "Decompile more files..." allows you to select and decompile more than one Java compiled file at one time.
Also, this release enables users to decompile "dead" parts of code. It can add the original line numbers as the comments in the decompiled file, that is very useful for debugging.
DJ Java Decompiler is suitable for studying JAVA bytecode. The program enables users to save, print, edit and compile the generated java code. Included Applet Tag Editor enables users to create applets quickly.
Included "Archiver" tool is a simple archive file manager wich enables users to work with .JAR, .ZIP, .APK, .EAR, .WAR and .EXE archives. (see New features in version 126.96.36.199 and New features in version 188.8.131.52). This tool lets you create or view archives, extract files from archives, decompile .class files from archives, etc. The option "Use folder names stored in archive" enables users to decompile whole class tree.
The "Hexadecimal View" - F11 shows the file in hexadecimal. This view lets you examine the file at the lowest possible level.
Special information features added in this latest version: "Class version info" (shows the JVM version, Major and Minor version), "Access flags", "Superclass", "Methods, Interfaces and Constant Pool", "Fields", "Attributes", "General Information".
DJ Java Decompiler is a graphical decompiler and disassembler for Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7 that uses the command-line version of Jad as its decompiling engine . There is a link to another DJ Java Decompiler home page
The old version of DJ Java Decompiler - 184.108.40.206 was a freeware software. You can still find it on: http://dj.navexpress.com/. If you already have a copy and are happy with it, you are welcome to continue using it. If you like this program and want to help it's author to continue working on it and improving it, you may contribute a modest / small donation, which I would be extremely grateful to receive from you!
If you have any questions regarding DJ Java Decompiler, please mail to email@example.com !
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DJ Java Decompiler is intuitive enough that you can probably skip the instructions. Once you have downloaded and installed it, use the "File" -> "Open" dialog to open your CLASS or JAR file.
You can do one of the following (the choice is yours):
You will see the source code instantly!
When user opens and decompiles a class file, DJ Java Decompiler creates a temporary file with .jad extension. By default the output folder is the folder of the class file.
The most common problem with DJ Java Decompiler is when the user doesn't have write privileges on this output folder (for example from CD or DVD drives). To solve this user can select another output location for .jad files from "Settings" - "Configuration" - "General" tab - un-check "Use Default Output Directory for .JAD files" - "Select Output Directory for .JAD files". User needs to change the output location of .jad files when working on slow media (floppy disks, tapes, external devices) or on network drives.
All in all, DJ Java Decompiler can be a very handy development tool in your arsenal.
How to buy DJ Java Decompiler:
PAD file is available at: http://www.neshkov.com/djdec311.xml
Additional features in "View" menu item:
"View" - "Attributes" displays new attributes in Java 1.6. This will display properly the InnerClasses attribute.
"View" - "Fields" now shows all field_info structure: access_flags, attributes_count and attributes. "Save to file..." popup menu item is available too.
"View" - "Methods, Interfaces and Constant Pool" "Disassembly" tab displays the bytecode in assembly notation.
"View" - "Methods, Interfaces and Constant Pool" "Attributes" tab displays all the specific information for the selected attribute.
"View" - "Methods, Interfaces and Constant Pool" "Exception Table" tab displays the exception table of the method.
Using DJ Java Decompiler, you can reconstruct the source code of an applet or binary .class file, and review its methods, fields, interfaces, attributes, exceptions etc. that would normally be unavailable to anyone other than the original programmer.
New features in version 220.127.116.11:
New features in version 18.104.22.168:
New features in version 22.214.171.124:
New features in version 126.96.36.199:
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DJ Java Decompiler has successfully passed Microsoft-designed tests for compatibility and reliability with Windows® 7 and received "Compatible with Windows 7" logo.