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lower optization level

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Both with 32 bit 9.0 and 10.0 I frequently get the following message.

Your project has been successfully compiled.

Note however that 1 methods were compiled with a lower optimization level,

most probably due to obfuscated bytecode.

This started happening when I flipped from JDK 1.7 to 1.8.

I am using target 1.7.

It appears to still work. I gather the problem is the 1.7-target byte code is different

from true 1.7 byte code, and contains idioms Jet does not recognize.

This could be fixed long before Jet fully supports 1.8 byte code, at least for a handful of the

most common new idioms.

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I do not think that it is big problem, but if you'd like you may send us .vaz files produced by 32-bit compiler to let us examine it.

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