Untimed resolve ?
Mon Dec 30 14:49:00 GMT 2002
>>>>> "Martin" == Martin Vechev <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Martin> new X();
Martin> At the end of loading the X class it also resolves it, which
Martin> seems incorrect. Shouldn't it rich the actual 'new' bytecode
Martin> and then throw NoClassDefFoundError.
I don't think this is a requirement.
See JVMS 1st Ed, section 2.16.1:
Linking involves verification, preparation, and (optionally)
Later in that section it discusses the possibility of lazily-resolving
and eagerly-resolving runtimes.
At this point I don't think there is a bug here, just a difference. I
believe code relying on one particular implementation here is not
More information about the Java