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Enhanced Class Decompiler integrates JD, Jad, FernFlower, CFR, Procyon seamlessly with Eclipse and allows Java developers to debug class files without source code directly. It also integrates with the eclipse class editor, m2e plugin, supports Javadoc, reference search, library source attaching, byte code view and the syntax of JDK8 lambda expression.
It is based on the popular (delisted) "Eclipse Class Decompiler" Plugin, but members of the open-source community enhanced it by removing all code which might compromise your privacy or security (i.e. everything discussed in https://0x10f8.wordpress.com/2017/08/07/reverse-engineering-an-eclipse-p... and everything else which seemed suspicious) to bring back the great core plugin functionality to all Eclipse users.
Github Project Page: https://ecd-plugin.github.io
(Code-)Reviews and pull requests welcome!All (!) source is in this Git repository: https://github.com/ecd-plugin/ecd
Unsuccessful Installs in the last 7 Days: 162
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Submitted by ChongMeng Eng on Wed, 2017-10-04 23:09
There is no problem with the ECD installation. However the option "Window | Preferences | Jave | Decompiler" is missing / not shown; and jar decompilation is not working
Submitted by Pascal Bihler on Mon, 2017-10-09 11:50
Thank you for your feedback. Did you try to install ECD on a clean Eclipse, and are the ECD features listed in the About dialog?
To simplify the development process, please report bugs at https://github.com/ecd-plugin/ecd/issues
Submitted by Pascal Bihler on Mon, 2017-10-16 02:55
As stated on https://github.com/ecd-plugin/ecd/issues/17, the problem was fixed by removing any old EclipseCD leftovers and reinstalling the extension.
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