Decompiling Jython Class Files

Looks like Jython that is compiled into a class file can be decompiled just like a Java class (I use jd-cmd which is both simple and open source). But … you don’t get back Python. In a disaster recovery scenario, you get back something and could reconstruct your Python code from the Java-looking stuff you get back.

I don’t normally type the entire command — a quick function in your .bashrc gives you a command alias that can be used instead.

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