Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Is the source code for ded publicly available?
Currently, the source code for the ded and ded-launcher binaries is not publicly available. However, we expect to make them open source by Fall 2012.
What are the terms of license for ded?
Jasmin for ded and the wrapper script are under the GPL.
Why do I need to provide the android.jar archive?
Soot needs to be able to resolve the classes your application references. Most of these classes are defined in the android.jar archive.
Why is Soot giving me a warning about phantom references? Should I worry about it?
Android applications often refer to classes which are not defined in the
android.jar archive. Since providing Soot with all class definitions is
not always possible, we use Soot with the
-allow-phantom-refs option. This allows Soot to proceed even if some classes
cannot be resolved. The phantom references warning indicates that a class has
not been resolved.
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