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Class loaders

 
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Hi all,

Is there any java commandline option by which i know what classes are being loaded?

Thanks in advance,
Abhijit.
 
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You can run the program java with the -verbose option.That will tell you what are the classes getting loaded during runtime.
Is that what you want ?

 
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I think it's java -verbose:all but I'll check
 
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drat, I just wanted to be first

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