Associating JAD to class files

Decompiling Java class files is often useful. I use to associate .class extension to Jad decompiler.
To do that, I use a batch file, called “jad.cmd” that calls jad.exe with proper parameters. Jad.exe must be in the same folder of jad.cmd.

Associating .class extension to jad.cmd let you decompile it on screen (in command prompt) just double clicking on class files.

@echo off
title JAD: decompiling...
%~dp0jad.exe -ff -nl -nonlb -o -p -pi99 -space -stat %1
title JAD: %~nx1
pause> nul

One Response to “Associating JAD to class files”  

  1. 1 Riccardo Pasquini

    jad works properly and easily with jadclipse too, and let simple access to compiled classes… it’s not so usefull with project classes, of course, but can help extending third party included sw….

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