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JADClipse is up and running!


After a long time waiting, JADClipse is back on the market and fully functional with Eclipse 4.x.

Its home page can be found at: http://marketplace.eclipse.org/node/472922#.UKC1UodJ7D4

For some reason installing it from the Market place failed on my PC (Juno SR1) – but directly setting the update site to be http://feeling.sourceforge.net/update worked fine.

The new version comes with two built-in decompilers: “JD-Core” and “jad“.

One of the hidden upsides is that you no longer need to download “jad.exe” separately – the plug-in comes ready to work.

The only problem I observed so far is that the Output original line numbers as comments and the Align code for debugging options are not doing what they used to do. Perhaps this will be fixed in the future.

JADClipse – Debug Settings

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  1. korma
    November 14, 2012 at 23:21

    Thanks, I wonder why jadclipse disappeared from the latest versions of eclipse.
    However one of the advantages of working with open-source software and maven-eclipse integration plugin is the ability to download the sources’s jar as well which makes debug (or just code reading) easier.

    • April 13, 2013 at 20:00

      I agree – partially 🙂 – In many organizations there is still much use for the ability to decompile binaries, even those of your own company’s code.

  2. Young Yil
    May 2, 2013 at 07:16

    Thank you so much. This works well.

  3. Jason
    July 23, 2013 at 21:17

    Thank you!

  4. Thomas
    June 24, 2014 at 09:06

    On Linux only JD-core is shown in the decompiler dropdown. Why? Is only the JAD windows binary included?

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