#1390 ✓resolved
Stephane Godbillon

BytecodeParser error

Reported by Stephane Godbillon | January 23rd, 2012 @ 10:07 PM | in 1.3 (closed)

Bug reported here: https://groups.google.com/group/play-framework/browse_thread/thread...

Including a simple class, ByteUtil, in a "utils" package makes Play!
1.2.4 go wonky! If I pull it from a jar in a maven repo, then I don't
get the error. What gives?! The ByteUtil.java class is located at
the following public gist: https://gist.github.com/1649308 . Error is

10:50:23,826 WARN ~ You're running Play! in DEV mode
10:50:23,938 INFO ~ Listening for HTTP on port 80 (Waiting a first
request to start) ...
10:50:23,943 INFO ~ Listening for HTTPS on port 443 (Waiting a first
request to start) ...
10:50:34,134 ERROR ~ BCLIBS ERROR !!
0:BIPUSH --> stack: [IntegerConstant: 8]. Next is 2
2:NEWARRAY --> stack: [TrackableArray of '[B']. Next is 4
4:DUP --> stack: [TrackableArray of '[B', TrackableArray of '[B'].
Next is 5
5:ICONST_0 --> stack: [IntegerConstant: 0, TrackableArray of '[B',
TrackableArray of '[B']. Next is 6
6:LLOAD_0 --> stack: [TOP, ValueFromLocalVariable 'data',
IntegerConstant: 0, TrackableArray of '[B', TrackableArray of '[B'].
Next is 7
7:BIPUSH --> stack: [IntegerConstant: 56, TOP, ValueFromLocalVariable
'data', IntegerConstant: 0, TrackableArray of '[B', TrackableArray of '[B']. Next is 9 9:LSHR --> stack: [Whatever, IntegerConstant: 0, TrackableArray of
'[B', TrackableArray of '[B']. Next is 10 10:LDC2_W --> stack: [TOP, LongConstant: 255, Whatever,
IntegerConstant: 0, TrackableArray of '[B', TrackableArray of '[B'].
Next is 13
13:LAND -->
java.lang.RuntimeException: WARN: popped2 top is not a TOP! (is
instanceof class bytecodeparser.analysis.stack.Whatever)

   at bytecodeparser.analysis.stack.Stack.pop2(Stack.java:59)


Framework version: master
Platform you're using: any

Reproduction steps: use '&' operator

Details: bytecodeparser bug, need to update to 0.3

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