No, there is no way since Javassist uses its own small
(quick) compiler. It is not supposed to be used as a
I understand that it's not a full-fledged compiler, but how do you normally suggest people do their development? Perhaps we need an option to dump the generated class in text format to a .java file, so we can compile it normally, for those hard-to-find bugs.
I agree that we need better help.
However, dumping a generated class in text format
is not a simple thing since *true* bytecode decompilation
is hard work.
By the way, have you checked the compiler-limitations
page of the Javassist tutorial?