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JNI with parameters on Linux

paul wheaton
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Well, I got JNI to work fine on Linux as long as I don't do anything interesting.
I'm now trying to pass in a string and get a string back. My java program takes a string from the command line and sends it to the JNI. The JNI reverses the string and returns it. The java program prints the results.
If I run the program with no parameters, I get the default message. If I pass a parameter, I get some sort of crash. Here is what I have:

Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?


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paul wheaton
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To answer my own question ...
I change the value of s before passing it back to ReleaseStringUTFChars(), so it has no idea what to release.
It turns out that there was a second flaw in the c program: I was returning buffy instead of s.
 
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