"rejecting opcode 0x6e" - Android 1.0 R1 SDK

by Sean Sullivan » Fri, 31 Oct 2008 05:02:16 GMT


Sponsored Links
 Environment:  Android 1.0 R1 SDK + Eclipse 3.4

My application uses some third party libraries.  The libraries are:

   openxri-client-1.0.1.jar
   openxri-syntax-1.0.1.jar
   openid4java 0.9.5 jar


When I run my application in the emulator, I observe this error:

W/dalvikvm(  173): VFY: unable to find class referenced in signature
(Lorg/openxri/xml/XRDS;)
W/dalvikvm(  173): VFY: unable to resolve virtual method 1465: Lorg/
openxri/xml/XRDS;.getFinalXRD ()Lorg/openxri/xml/XRD;
W/dalvikvm(  173): VFY:  rejecting opcode 0x6e at 0x000f
W/dalvikvm(  173): VFY:  rejected Lorg/openid4java/discovery/
Discovery;.extractDiscoveryInformation (Lorg/openxri/xml/XRDS;Lorg/
openid4java/discovery/Identifier;)Ljava/util/List;
W/dalvikvm(  173): Verifier rejected class Lorg/openid4java/discovery/
Discovery;
D/AndroidRuntime(  173): Shutting down VM


Can somebody explain what "rejecting opcode 0x6e" means?

Sean

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~



"rejecting opcode 0x6e" - Android 1.0 R1 SDK

by fadden » Fri, 31 Oct 2008 07:46:35 GMT


 

[...]

It means it was unable to find org.openxri.xml.XRDS.

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~


Sponsored Links


Other Threads

1. update gui from a separate thread

I need to display two timers on my app, I have two approaches, one is
to implement the displays as TextView and then use java.util.Timer and
TimerTask to update its text, however, the text doesn't redraw itself
after update.
The other approach is to use DigitalClock, but I can't find a way to
directly start/stop the clock. see code below.

please help. thanks!

    class DisplayTimerTask extends TimerTask{
        DateFormat dateFormat =new SimpleDateFormat("HH:mm:ss MM/dd/
yyyy");
        private TextView display;
        public DisplayTimerTask(TextView display){
                this.display=display;
        }

                public void run() {
                        String time = dateFormat.format(new Date());
                        display.setText(time);
                        display.invalidate();
                        System.err.println("set time to "+time);
                }
    }
        protected void stopTimer() {
                Button stopButton = getStopButton();
                stopButton.setEnabled(false);
                getStartButton().setEnabled(true);


                if(stopDisplayTimer!=null)stopDisplayTimer.cancel();
                stopDisplayTimer = new Timer();

                stopDisplayTimer.schedule(new 
DisplayTimerTask(getStopTimeLabel()),
0, 500);

                /*
                DigitalClock clock=(DigitalClock)findViewById(R.id.clock);
                clock.setEnabled(false);
                */
        }

        protected void startTimer() {
                Button startButton=getStartButton();
                startButton.setEnabled(false);
                getStopButton().setEnabled(true);


                if(startDisplayTimer!=null)startDisplayTimer.cancel();
                startDisplayTimer = new Timer();
                startDisplayTimer.schedule(new 
DisplayTimerTask(getStartTimeLabel
()), 0, 500);

        /*      DigitalClock clock=(DigitalClock)findViewById(R.id.clock);
                clock.setEnabled(true);
                */
        }
--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

2. android-discuss - 25 new messages in 13 topics - digest

Ah yes, a digest. they are indeed delicious delicacies...





































































>> 

3. MapView balloon box, is it possible??

4. What's the deal with onRetainNonConfigurationInstance()?

5. sd card not working :(

6. Getting Current Location on my Device works on emulator but not on my device

7. open spinner from button