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8130669: VM prohibits <clinit> methods with return values Summary: Ignore <clinit> methods with return values instead of throwing ClassFormatError exceptions Reviewed-by: acorn, iklam
author hseigel
date Thu, 09 Jul 2015 15:39:05 -0400
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super public class badInit
    version 52:0
{


// This <init> method has a non-void signature.  It should cause a
// ClassFormatError exception.
Method "<init>":"(I)I"
    stack 1 locals 2
{
    aload_0;
    invokespecial    Method java/lang/Object."<init>":"()V";
    iconst_4;
    ireturn;
}

public static Method main:"([Ljava/lang/String;)V"
    stack 0 locals 1
{
    return;
}

} // end Class badInit