Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 590932
Backport of 3.2 from rawhide
Last modified: 2010-12-03 09:50:15 EST
Description of problem:
While asm has been upgraded to 3.2 as requested in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=558306 (thanks!), I believe that this version should be dumped to f12 as well. I understand that aforementioned bug report was reported against "rawhide" and correctly resolved after, but I see no reason while this change should be omitted in f12. Thx
Meanwhile ASM team has released 3.3 Message from Eric Bruneton to asm mailing list:
this is maintenance release (mainly bug fixes and feature requests, only two new classes in asm.commons)
The ASM Team
added new InstructionAdapter class
added TryCatchBlockSorter (provided by Adrian Sampson)
improved extensibility of analysis package (patch from Markus Heiden)
314969 Counterintuitive interaction of arguments to ClassWriter(cr, flags)
314964 AnalyzerAdapter does not treat <init> calls correctly
314934 ASM Handling of method Synthetic attribute causes exception during retransformation
314878 NPE in AnalyzerAdapter, putfield object comes from different control flow branches
fixed bug with remapping of RET instructions
314563 exception from asm.commons.LocalVariablesSorterremap
fixed bug in GASMifier
fixed bug for F_CHOP frames (locals are ignored for these frames)
314719 method length is sometimes calculated incorrectly
314584 ByteCode Outline Eclipse Plugin -- access flags comment is showing in decimal rather than hex
314481 Bug in Remapper related to annotations
314486 SerialVersionUIDAdder generates an incorrect serialVersionUID under 1.6 VMs for anonymous classes
bug with padding for xxxSwitch instructions
313909 VOID_TYPE.getSize() != 0
312464 ClassReader does not ensure that NEW has a label associated with it
patches (minor code improvements):
314328 minor improvement to serialveruidadder
314329 unnecessary casting, using HashMap v. Map
314330 make sure files get closed
314119 Provide read access to uninitializedTypes in AnalyzerAdapter
313804 Improve analysis results
Javadoc fixes and improvements
Is anyone taking care of this?! It's been almost two months since I reported.
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