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Read Me

Dedex 0.4 - a Dalvik-to-JVM converter.

Usage: 

java -jar dedex-0.4.jar [options] <input-dex-file>

Output options (at most one may be specified):
  -D, --dump                Disassemble dex file to console
  -d, --dir=DIR             Write class files to the given directory
  -o, --output=JAR-FILE     Write class files to the given .jar file

Other options:
  -c, --class=CLASS         Specify a single class to generate
  -h, --help                Print this help message
  -v, --verbose             Verbose disassembly (with -D)
  -V, --verify              Verify generated bytecode

  If no output options are given, dedex will create a .jar file in the current
  directory for each input .dex file.

Known Limitations:

  * Optimized dex files (ODEX) are not supported

  * Method body layout optimizations perform by dx are not reversed - this
     can confuse Jode, which currently makes assumptions about the code
     organization.

  * Generated JVM bytecode is not optimized in any way.