JustIce (1.0 Pre 4)
JustIce is a classfile verifier including a bytecode verifier implemented by
Enver Haase in 2001 using
BCEL by Markus Dahm.
THIS PAGE IS NOW OBSOLETE AS JUSTICE IS NOW INTEGRATED INTO THE BCEL WHICH
HAS MOVED TO
Please send Enver
a detailed description of how to produce the error if you find
one (possibly including the offending .class file).
Online evaluation run
If you have a class file you'd like to run against JustIce, just put it
somewhere on the web, enter its URL below and press the button to submit the URL.
Currently, the online version works only correctly with "default package"
class files. This is not the case with the normal version you can download
JustIce is Open Source software. If the
is not clear enough about
something, you may also look into the source code.
Read the report
Enver wrote a report on JustIce. He is keen to identify all the
mistakes and omissions in that paper, even typographical or grammatical errors.
Please write an electronic mail to him if you spotted something of interest.
If you do not know how to view documents in any of the above formats,
download the .pdf version and get the
Acrobat Reader program to
Download and installation
JustIce needs a correctly installed BCEL (version 4.4.0 or higher) to work.
The rest of the installation is straightforward, especially for you as a
Java bytecode engineer.
If you want do get the very latest version, get it from the CVS repository:
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/bcel login
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/bcel co JustIce
JustIce is brought to you under the
GNU General Public License (version 2 or higher, at your option).
For other licensing models, please send your
questions and offers to the authors.