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Yashpal Kumar
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I have a core generated by stripped java 1.4.1_02-b06, is there a way to get an unstripped version of java of the same build?
 
Ulf Dittmer
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What is a "stripped" or "unstripped" version of Java?
 
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Hi,

Welcome to JavaRanch!

I deleted the other copy of this thread. See here for an explanation.

I'm moving this to our Linux/UNIX forum, because I'm sure you're asking about a version with debug symbols ("stripping" being standard UNIX parlace for removing same.) You're going to need to tell us what platform you're talking about, and where the JVM comes from (although from the version, I'm pretty sure we're talking about Solaris.)
 
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Interestingly, all these years working with Java, I never noticed whether the Solaris version of the JVM were stripped or not. The reason is because all my debugging have been with the JVM -- debugging on the Java platform using the debugging symbols in the class files. I don't think that I ever symbolic debugged the JVM itself before.

Henry
 
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