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<b>What steps will reproduce the problem?</b>
1. take an swf file and run it through an obfuscator that has protection based on adding a
call to a nonexistent method.
2. open the swf in flash player... no crash of flash player, it just ignores the
3. open the swf in ASDEC and the decompiler hangs.
<b>What is the expected output? What do you see instead?</b>
It should skip over the nonexistant function. Instead it hangs while looking for the
<b>What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?</b>
leon.pelletier: Use version 1.3.1,
the file should decompile. It takes more time on one of the scripts, because the script is
very long, but after the long waiting, it will decompile :-).
thehairyrock: I cannot reproduce this without having sample SWF or know which instruction
does this, so I am going to close this issue with cannot reproduce..
State: →ignored Title: Decompiler hangs when a AS3 SWF contains a call to a method that does not exist→Decompiler hangs when a AS3 SWF contains a call to a method that does not exist Type: →bug Visibility: →Everybody