1 
   2 err.prefix=Error:
   3 
   4 err.bad.constant.pool=error while reading constant pool for {0}: {1}
   5 err.class.not.found=class not found: {0}
   6 err.crash=A serious internal error has occurred: {0}\nPlease file a bug report, and include the following information:\n{1}
   7 err.end.of.file=unexpected end of file while reading {0}
   8 err.file.not.found=file not found: {0}
   9 err.incompatible.options=bad combination of options: {0}
  10 err.internal.error=internal error: {0} {1} {2}
  11 err.invalid.arg.for.option=invalid argument for option: {0}
  12 err.ioerror=IO error reading {0}: {1}
  13 err.missing.arg=no value given for {0}
  14 err.no.classes.specified=no classes specified
  15 err.not.standard.file.manager=can only specify class files when using a standard file manager
  16 err.invalid.use.of.option=invalid use of option: {0}
  17 err.unknown.option=unknown option: {0}
  18 err.no.SourceFile.attribute=no SourceFile attribute
  19 err.source.file.not.found=source file not found
  20 err.bad.innerclasses.attribute=bad InnerClasses attribute for {0}
  21 err.nomem=Insufficient memory. To increase memory use -J-Xmx option.
  22 err.cant.find.module=Cannot find module {0}
  23 err.cant.find.module.ex=Problem finding module {0}: {1}
  24 
  25 main.usage.summary=\
  26 Usage: {0} <options> <classes>\n\
  27 use -help for a list of possible options
  28 
  29 warn.prefix=Warning:
  30 warn.unexpected.class=File {0} does not contain class {1}
  31 
  32 note.prefix=Note:
  33 
  34 main.usage.summary=\
  35 Usage: {0} <options> <classes>\n\
  36 use -help for a list of possible options
  37 
  38 main.usage=\
  39 Usage: {0} <options> <classes>\n\
  40 where possible options include:
  41 
  42 
  43 main.opt.help=\
  44 \  -? -h --help                     Print this usage message
  45 
  46 main.opt.version=\
  47 \  -version                         Version information
  48 
  49 main.opt.v=\
  50 \  -v  -verbose                     Print additional information
  51 
  52 main.opt.l=\
  53 \  -l                               Print line number and local variable tables
  54 
  55 main.opt.public=\
  56 \  -public                          Show only public classes and members
  57 
  58 main.opt.protected=\
  59 \  -protected                       Show protected/public classes and members
  60 
  61 main.opt.package=\
  62 \  -package                         Show package/protected/public classes\n\
  63 \                                   and members (default)
  64 
  65 main.opt.p=\
  66 \  -p  -private                     Show all classes and members
  67 
  68 main.opt.c=\
  69 \  -c                               Disassemble the code
  70 
  71 main.opt.s=\
  72 \  -s                               Print internal type signatures
  73 
  74 main.opt.class_path=\
  75 \  --class-path <path>              Specify where to find user class files
  76 
  77 main.opt.classpath=\
  78 \  -classpath <path>                Specify where to find user class files
  79 
  80 main.opt.cp=\
  81 \  -cp <path>                       Specify where to find user class files
  82 
  83 main.opt.bootclasspath=\
  84 \  -bootclasspath <path>            Override location of bootstrap class files
  85 
  86 main.opt.upgrade_module_path=\
  87 \  --upgrade-module-path <path>     Specify where to find upgradeable modules
  88 
  89 main.opt.system=\
  90 \  --system <jdk>                   Specify where to find system modules
  91 
  92 main.opt.module_path=\
  93 \  --module-path <path>             Specify where to find application modules
  94 
  95 main.opt.constants=\
  96 \  -constants                       Show final constants
  97 
  98 main.opt.sysinfo=\
  99 \  -sysinfo                         Show system info (path, size, date, MD5 hash)\n\
 100 \                                   of class being processed
 101 
 102 main.opt.module=\
 103 \  --module <module>, -m <module>   Specify module containing classes to be disassembled
 104 
 105 main.usage.foot=\n\
 106 GNU-style options may use '=' instead of whitespace to separate the name of an option\n\
 107 from its value.\n\
 108 \n\
 109 Each class to be shown may be specified by a filename, a URL, or by its fully\n\
 110 qualified class name. Examples:\n\
 111 \   path/to/MyClass.class\n\
 112 \   jar:file:///path/to/MyJar.jar!/mypkg/MyClass.class\n\
 113 \   java.lang.Object\n