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BlackBerry Development Advisor
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Registered: ‎07-09-2008
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Warning! Bad label, no code attribute!

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Guest: mark
Warning! Bad label, no code attribute!
Posted: Jul 25, 2008 12:51 AM

Using blackberry's JDE, I comiled a library project. No errors or warnings.

I make a new empty project to wrap the produced jar file in the esoteric way recommended by the BB guidelines.

When compiling this wrapper project, I get the following two warnings:

SomeClass.class): Warning!: Method has no code attribute: <clinit>
SomeClass: Warning!: Bad label at offset: 0x0 found in routine: <clinit>

I cannot find out what those mean. SomeClass.java seems to be a normal java class which compiles fine. I can even copy and paste it into a MIDlet and it works fine.

Why would the compiler be giving those warnings. When I try using the wrapped library project, my MIDlet immediately goes into a code validation exception.

Anyway, if someone could help that would be fantastic, this is a great compiler and I'd hate to have to switch,


Please try running the rapc compiler without the -quiet parameter.  This should provide more information on the issue.
Mark Sohm
BlackBerry Development Advisor

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