A random fuzzing tool that generates type-safe bytecode sequences.
- 72269635 (Fixed)
- The verifier of dalvik/ART rejects invalid dalvik bytecode that generated by r8 from valid Java bytecode (accepted by HotSpot).
- r8 developers now try to make r8 compile any valid Java bytecode into valid dalvik.
- 72758525 (Fixed)
- 72811434 (Fixed)
- JDK-8195838 (Not an issue)
- Not an issue in OpenJDK 10 but can be triggered in the latest publicly available Oracle JDK 9.0.4+11.
- Graal (jaotc)
- #288 (Fixed)
- #289 (Fixed)
- #681 (Fixed)
- #682 (Open-later)
- Confirmed but considered as low-priority because the generated code is ad-hoc though valid.
- #683 (Closed-wont-fix)
- Users should be aware of that aggressive optimizations may be problematic.
- #997: Can we remove unused array allocation if the array size may be negative?
- The JVM specification specifies that a
NegativeArraySizeException should be thrown,
which means the unused allocation should not be removed by optimizations without checking the array size from my perspective.