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How to get source code from the cap file

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How to get source code from the cap file

Postby leogen » Tue Mar 15, 2016 3:42 am

I am given a CAP file. Is there any way to get source code from the cap file ?

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Re: How to get source code from the cap file

Postby gorgekin » Sat Mar 19, 2016 2:23 am

IMO, there is NO way to do this!

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Re: How to get source code from the cap file

Postby gandalf » Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:41 am

as i know, there is a component named normalizer in JCKit3 (located in tools.jar) can generate some kind of .class file(s) as inter-midia.

maybe you can use this tool as a start point. refer to <JCDevKitUG-Classic-3_0_4.pdf> chapter 6.

and, i googled at 2011 or more earlier, there is an open source project hosted in code.google.com, can do this job, but it only existed in the google's cache. so i failed to checkout it.

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Re: How to get source code from the cap file

Postby javacardx » Thu Oct 19, 2017 5:50 am

It's possible in theory.
If the cap file without the DEBUG component,the decompiling source(.java) files will lost many informations.
It will be difficult to read or understand.


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