DJ Java Decompiler ver. 22.214.171.124 for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Windows Server 2003
DJ Java Decompiler is a decompiler for Java which reconstructs the original source code
from the compiled binary CLASS files (applets). DJ Java Decompiler is able to decompile the
most complex Java applets and binaries, producing accurate source code.
This latest release is able to compile, run, create JAR archives and run applets outside
of the context of a Web browser when JDK (SDK) is installed. "Native-to-ASCII Converter"
form available too. 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 and .EXE archives.
The program is for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows NT,
Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
Uninstall previous version of DJ Java Decompiler (if there are any).
Unzip djdec377.zip file into any appropriate directory on your hard drive.
This will create file SetupDJ.exe.
To install or re-install DJ Java Decompiler run SetupDJ.exe
To run DJ Java Decompiler setup you must have MS Windows Installer v.1.00 or
above installed. (see your \Windows\SYSTEM folder - MSIEXEC.EXE and MSI.DLL).
This files are about 2MB. For this reason I don't include MSIEXEC in setup program.
If you have Win9x, you can download MSIEXEC from:
If you have WinNT, you can download MSIEXEC from:
And you can learn more about MSIEXEC from:
To avoid association of DJ Java Decompiler with .class and .java file types see
"Select Features" installation dialog.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
1. Intel?Pentium?200 MHz or higher
2. 32 MB RAM (64 Mb recommended)
HOW TO USE DJ JAVA DECOMPILER:
To decompile a single JAVA class file you can:
1. Select Open and load your desired class file.
2. Double-click the CLASS file you want to decompile.
3. Drag-and-drop your desired class file on the DJ Java Decompiler window.
DJ Java Decompiler supports drag-and-drop functions for OLE.
4. In Windows Explorer Right mouse-button pop-up menu available too.
5. To decompile a .JAR file select the .JAR file -> In Windows Explorer Right mouse-button
click -> pop-up menu "Open with..." -> DJ -> "Archiver" tool -> "Decompile" button.
You can can also associate "Archiver" tool with .JAR files from "Archiver" main menu.
NEW IN THIS VERSION:
1. Some bugs fixed: syntax colorizing strings bug is fixed ...
2. Ctrl+F4 - File|Close shortcut is added.
3. New decompiler options added. "Display long integers using the specified radix"
and "Display integers using the specified radix" - 8, 10 or 16 options added.
4. New features in "Configuration" -> "Appearance and colors" forms added
("Adjust line breaks") .
THE STATUS OF DJ JAVA DECOMPILER:
DJ Java Decompiler is Freeware.
Some older virus scanners (like Mcafee) can flag DJ.exe
or Archiver.exe as being virus-infected.
WHY IS A DJ JAVA DECOMPILER USEFUL:
1. DJ Java Decompiler is useful for recovery of lost or accidentally
destroyed source code.
2. Decompiling Java is an excellent way of learning both Java and how
the Java VM works. DJ Java Decompiler makes it easy to peek into Java
classes and learn from the source. Its easy to use and intuitive graphic
user interface eases the learning curve for new starters in Java.
3. Fixing and debugging .class files. Use DJ Java Decompiler when developers
are slow to respond to questions that need immediate answers.
4. DJ Java Decompiler is useful for exploring the sources of Java runtime
5. Like the possibility to inline bytecode.
6. To check the results of your obfuscation;)
1. Doing development in both eclipse and having an instance of DJ Java Decompiler can lock
the Windows clipboard, preventing DJ from accessing the clipboard data. This then pops up
an exception dialog ("Cannot open clipboard."). This same strange behavior noticed when
executing a CTRL+C action or CTRL+X. It seems however to be a bug in combination with eclipse.
But this bug doesn't occur under Windows 95 and 98. It's look like in eclipse the standard
java clipboard solution is not used. I can't find however what might cause the problem.
2. The problem with "Undo" still exists.
The program uses Jad as its Java decompiling engine.
Home Page of Jad-the fast Java Decompiler moved to:
"Archiver" tool is based on Eric Engler's ZipBeta16p package:
ZIP DLL's from info-zip group:
DJ Java Decompiler is written and supported by Atanas Neshkov.
The decompiled Java code is provided "as is", for your information only, without warranty of
any kind, either expressed or implied.
You assume all risks concerning the suitability and accuracy of the decompiled code.
The decompiled code may contain inaccuracies or errors.