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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Spurious Problem starting Tomcat7 (garbled class names)
Date Fri, 07 Nov 2014 16:14:05 GMT
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Chris,

On 11/7/14 4:52 AM, chris derham wrote:
>>> example with to garbled classes: (3.class being the first,
>>> which must come from SomeClass$3.class and the second one being
>>> something awefully beautiful: 
>>> ConfigEdiAtourtAhpepnltiiccaattiioonn$SAtpaptlei$cIadteinotniCfo^@^@iigeLro.acdlLaissstener.class
>
>>> 
> To prevent decompilation, you can run your classes through a code 
> obfuscator. That replaces all field/method/class names with
> garbage, to make it harder to see what is going on. The garbage you
> see might actually be the names in the jar files. Unzip the
> war/jars and see what is actually in there. Could it be correct?

OP says it only happens sometimes ("every 1000 startup"), so code
obfuscation seems unlikely.

- -chris
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