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Re: *****SPAM***** [GNU Crypto] java.lang.ClassFormatError



>>>>> "Carolina" == Carolina Ribes <cribes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

Carolina> we are using gnu-crypto library in our project for a blowfih
Carolina> based encryption. It has been working fine under the
Carolina> following conditions:
Carolina> Windows 98
Carolina> Java version 1.4.1_02
Carolina> GNU-CRYPTO version: 2.0.1

Carolina> Now we have migrated our Java project to a Solaris
Carolina> environment with the = following:
Carolina> Solaris 8
Carolina> Java version 1.4.1_02
Carolina> GNU-CRYPTO version: 2.0.1
Carolina> Tomcat: 5.0.27

Carolina> Now, under Solaris, when we execute the following
Carolina> instruction:
Carolina>     IMode mode =3D ModeFactory.getInstance("CFB",
Carolina>     "blowfish", 8);
Carolina> We get the exception:
Carolina> java.lang.ClassFormatError: gnu/crypto/mode/BaseMode
Carolina> (Illegal Variable name "*.LJv0")

That is indeed strange. It looks like the compiler has generated bad
bytecode, which is unrelated to the library itself. That's odd that it
shows up on the Solaris JVM and not the Win98 one, and the same
version even.

What compiler are you using? Can you send me a copy of the
BaseMode.class file that provokes this?

-- 
Casey Marshall || csm@xxxxxxx


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