Stephan van Hulst wrote:Don't you have access to the original source code?
If not, then are you licensed to reverse engineer the library you don't have the code to?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Have you contacted the program's author or maintainer? Simply try asking for copies of the source code.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Good grief How did you manage line 36? Rewrite that part of the code as an array initialiser; much easier and more reliable.
Sam Ritter wrote:I am almost sure many of my problems are from the de-compiler.
Sam Ritter wrote:I don't know how the author was able to get away with that but that is one of the numerous things I am fixing.
Lexi-Mae Erickson wrote:
I would recommend some other de-compiler like JD-GUI.
After all that effort, you have found such a simple solution
Sam Ritter wrote:. . . I used a different de-compiler . . . .
Sam Ritter wrote:Yes, but having no previous experience with de-compilers, I had no idea one would add all that apparent unnecessary junk.