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> What steps will reproduce the problem?
Using FFDEC 1.7.2
> What is the expected output?
Open a class faster
What do you see instead?
Open the class takes around 10 minutes or more.
> What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
1.7.2 Windows 7 64bit
> Please provide any additional information below.
Using FFDEC 1.6.6u2 loading the class faster. Less than 1 minute.
Attach the file you have problem with if neccessary. If you do not want to publish files
YOU CAN CHANGE VISIBILITY TO PRIVATE
I mean 1.6.7. Sorry. Yes I will attach swf file.
Scripts > items > ItemManager. Try load that one in newest FFDec. Takes 10 minute or more.
I have no time to wait more minutes. So I downloaded an older version. That one works
1.6.7, win7 x64, i5-2520M @ 2,5GHz, 8GB =>
with automatic deobfuscation:
paralell about 12 seconds, non-paralell about 15 seconds
when automatic deobfuscation is turned off:
paralell about 6 seconds, non-paralell about 8 seconds
cap: maybe you should check the log file. with other files sometimes i have the same
problem, and in the log i can see StackOverflow exceptions with very long stacktrace.
jpexs: it is possible to write the elapsed (milli/micro)seconds to the output when an swf
is exported with using command line arguments? I'll create a feature request.