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Bug#113236: marked as done (Fastjar extracts some file names incorrectly)



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Subject: Fastjar extracts some file names incorrectly
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Package: fastjar
Version: 1:3.0.1-0pre010811

I tried to extract the jar file at http://jemacs.sourceforge.net/jemacs.jar.

I extracted it with fastjar xf <filename>, and it created some files with strange names.

Ie:

gnu/mapping/BindingEnumeration.class^A^Y
gnu/bytecode/ConstantValueAttr.class^A^Y

The jar util that came with the IBM JDK 1.3 extracted these files correctly.

John Leuner

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no reason to reopen this bug just because you don't like the changelog.

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