A bytecode framework.
The mikenakis-bytecode Logo, an old-fashioned coffee grinder.
By Mike Nakis, based on original work by Gregory Sujkowski from the Noun Project.
Used under CC BY License.
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More information: michael.gr - Open Source but No License
mikenakis-bytecode is a framework for manipulating JVM bytecode. It is supposed to be very simple and easy to use.
More information: michael.gr - GitHub project: mikenakis-bytecode
When I write code as part of a team of developers, I use the teams' coding style.
But when I write code for myself, I use my very own™ coding style.
More information: michael.gr - On Coding Style
- Eliminate string descriptors and string signatures from the interface, always expose them via
Descriptorclass (already exists) and a
Signatureclass (does not exist yet.)