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Case-sensitivity issues on Windows #197

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iBotPeaches opened this Issue Mar 18, 2015 · 3 comments

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iBotPeaches commented Mar 18, 2015

Original issue 86 created by Brut.alll on 2010-08-25T15:38:36.000Z:

Same as here:

http://code.google.com/p/smali/issues/detail?id=35

Apktool can't decode apps which have multiple classes with same names from case-insensitive point of view. Normal thing if an app was obfuscated.

JF fixed that problem in the smali, but I think apktool has its own algorithms of naming files, because of "smali debugging" feature. I will implement same scheme as JF did in smali.

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Comment #1 originally posted by Brut.alll on 2010-09-03T15:52:39.000Z:

Fixed in v1.3.2 .

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iBotPeaches commented Mar 18, 2015

Comment #1 originally posted by Brut.alll on 2010-09-03T15:52:39.000Z:

Fixed in v1.3.2 .

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Comment #2 originally posted by Brut.alll on 2010-09-03T16:24:46.000Z:

I have forgotten to disable this feature if you use "-d" switch. Unlike for smali, for Java names of files and dirs matter, so it's impossible to have both "a" and "A" Java classes on a Windows.

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Comment #2 originally posted by Brut.alll on 2010-09-03T16:24:46.000Z:

I have forgotten to disable this feature if you use "-d" switch. Unlike for smali, for Java names of files and dirs matter, so it's impossible to have both "a" and "A" Java classes on a Windows.

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Comment #3 originally posted by connor.tumbleson on 2012-12-30T03:33:17.000Z:

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Comment #3 originally posted by connor.tumbleson on 2012-12-30T03:33:17.000Z:

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