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Offline Sunsword

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« Reply #120 - Posted 2013-11-21 15:35:32 »

I looked around, and I'm trying out pikacode:

https://pikacode.com/groboclown/java4k-launcher/

Let me know if this looks alright, and we can start the project there, or let me know if you have a better location.

Looks OK to me.  I haven't used git or mercurial, but they have Eclipse plugins, so I'm sure I can learn.
Offline Groboclown
« Reply #121 - Posted 2013-11-22 16:25:07 »

If you email me your pikacode id, I can add you as a committer.  Same goes for anyone else on this list who wants to contribute.  You can find my email on my profile page. Apparently the option "hide my email" doesn't seem to do what I thought it did.  You can try the personal message on this site instead.

Offline Alan_W

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« Reply #122 - Posted 2013-11-23 00:07:26 »

Well I've hacked together a pack.gz loader, but it does require a temporary file to put the unpacked jar in. Any better ideas?

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            URL path = new URL("http://java4k.com/applet.php?gid=451");
            GZIPInputStream gzistream = new GZIPInputStream(path.openStream());
            FileOutputStream fostream = new FileOutputStream("/User/Java/AppletTest/test/temp.jar");
            Unpacker unpacker = Pack200.newUnpacker();
            JarOutputStream jostream = new JarOutputStream(fostream);
            unpacker.unpack(gzistream, jostream);
            gzistream.close();
            jostream.close();
            JarFile jar = new JarFile("/User/Java/AppletTest/test/temp.jar");


I've stuffed this in a custom classloader, but need to think about this a bit more.  Probably need a method to set the location of the gzip, before using the classloader.

Security is also a pain, as unless I load all the games in before setting the SecurityManager, I lose access to the files.  Might have to allow network access.

Creating an AppletStub with an isActive() method works fine.

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Offline Groboclown
« Reply #123 - Posted 2013-11-23 02:10:44 »

Well I've hacked together a pack.gz loader, but it does require a temporary file to put the unpacked jar in. Any better ideas?
I found an alternative library that can load a zip file into memory (https://truezip.java.net/), because the ZipInputStream doesn't handle all cases of zips.

Security is also a pain, as unless I load all the games in before setting the SecurityManager, I lose access to the files.  Might have to allow network access.

Yes.  Proper security managers are quite the pain.  The only way I could explicitly get it to work was to load a policy file, where the executing class is in the list of allowable classes, and explicitly limit everything else (https://pikacode.com/groboclown/java4k-launcher/file/default/launcher.policy).  I also limited my applet class loader to prevent the loading of any of these special classes, to prevent a backdoor.

Offline Sunsword

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« Reply #124 - Posted 2013-11-23 02:47:21 »

Well I've hacked together a pack.gz loader, but it does require a temporary file to put the unpacked jar in. Any better ideas?

I wrote some similar code earlier this week to load gzip, pack200 and gizp+pack200 files.  I didn't find an in memory way to handle unpacking, I did it the same as you.  A few differences though: the files should be put in java.io.tempdir, no hard-coded paths; needs to handle files that are only pack200, or only gzipped.  The files need to be cleaned up after unloading.  And as with my previous code and groboclown's, you definitely need a separate classloader per applet, since otherwise there might be namespace conflicts (eg: two applets both with a Main-class named "A" in the default package.)  I'll have a look tomorrow at how groboclown handled it in his code, I expect he (or she Wink; half my team are women) has already covered most of this.

Security is also a pain, as unless I load all the games in before setting the SecurityManager, I lose access to the files.  Might have to allow network access.

Yes.  Proper security managers are quite the pain.  The only way I could explicitly get it to work was to load a policy file, where the executing class is in the list of allowable classes, and explicitly limit everything else (https://pikacode.com/groboclown/java4k-launcher/file/default/launcher.policy).  I also limited my applet class loader to prevent the loading of any of these special classes, to prevent a backdoor.

Put this in your policy file to grant access to only the system defined temp directory.  
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permission java.io.FilePermission "${java.io.tmpdir}/*", "read, write, delete";

Note that I excluded execute, which prevents running anything outside the app's sandbox; and also readlink, in case someone's dumb enough to put a link from the tempdir to somewhere else on the file system.  So if malicious code gains access to the app's permissions (say because we goofed with the codebase path), the only bad stuff it can do is access or delete existing files in the tempdir (and, I suppose it could fill the harddrive with junk data?)

I'm looking at tightening the permissions for the launcher.  So far this seems sufficient:
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  permission java.lang.RuntimePermission "createClassLoader";
  permission java.lang.RuntimePermission "closeClassLoader";
  permission java.net.SocketPermission "java4k.com", "connect, resolve";

  permission java.io.FilePermission "${java.io.tmpdir}/*", "read, write, delete";

  permission java.util.PropertyPermission "com.sun.java.util.jar.pack.*", "read";

  permission java.io.FilePermission "${java.home}/lib/*", "read";


Also of use to anyone working with policy files, I recommend including them in the jar and loading them in the first few steps.  Otherwise, you're relying on the calling process to pass the policy file as a command line parameter - if they don't supply it, the app loads with the default which seems to be AllPermissions.  To load from a jar resource:
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      // Load a security policy to restrict access.
     System.setProperty("java.security.policy", Java4KLauncher.class.getResource("resources/java4k.policy").toString());
      System.setSecurityManager(new SecurityManager());
Offline Alan_W

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« Reply #125 - Posted 2013-11-23 09:04:57 »

Is to possible to allow the downloader application to create class loaders, but prevent the loaded Applet from creating one.  I suspect, if it could, it might be able to load a user supplied class instead of a system supplied class, which could be used for privilege escalation.  Ideally I'd like to create a single user class loader before loading the security manager, and then flush out classes cached with it, so as to be able to reuse it, subsequent to the security manager being loaded.  Somewhat handicapped by not knowing what I'm doing  Grin

Edit:  Ok, I can use codebase in the policy file to prevent the Applets creating class loaders.

Edit 2:  Looks like one has to do this:
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To unload a class you have to create a custom classloader and load the class using it. Tomcat does it and so does JRun. You can look in Tomcat code for an example.

After you are done with the class you need to release all references to the class as well as to the class loader by reassigning the variables or setting them to null.

Then either wait for System.gc() to unload the class or you call it directly in a loop till no more bytes can be freed. however normally calling it twice does the trick.

Note: You cannot unload a single class. You have to unload the classloader along with it. So obviously System classloader is not the suitable for this task

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Offline Damocles
« Reply #126 - Posted 2013-11-23 11:12:28 »

Must the launcher also be 4k?

Offline Sunsword

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« Reply #127 - Posted 2013-11-23 18:36:48 »

Note: You cannot unload a single class. You have to unload the classloader along with it.

Yes, that's why my code posted at the start of this thread creates one classloader per applet.  Once a classloader has loaded the meta data for a class, it isn't possible to "flush" that definition.  So for example, you can't load a new version of a jar with the same classloader.  I really wouldn't suggest writing your own classloader, if that's what you're thinking (based on your comment "System classloader is not suitable for this task.")  You're a lot more likely to introduce security holes implementing your own loader.  If you look at groboclown's policy file, you'll see that the default permissions he granted to all code are only those available to applets.  So if we correctly configure the security policy so that we only grant classloader privileges to the launcher and not to all code, that should close the hole you described.  Further, if we restrict the launcher as I described a couple of posts above your comment, even code that loads its own classes won't be able to do much besides get stuff from the tempdir or from java4k.com.  It won't be able to execute code locally, or load its own security manager, or start a daemon thread, even do stuff like access the clipboard.

Back on classloaders, I wrote a plugin architecture for a web portal about 10 years ago, and the four take-aways were:
  • the plugins should be in separate jars, outside the classpath of the main app
  • they shouldn't be loaded with the default classloader (because then you have to restart the application to load changes to the plugins).  Instead use either one classloader per plugin, which can be replaced on the fly when a plugin needs to be updated; or use one classloader for all plugins, which means reloading all plugins when any of them needs updating.
  • depending on how you configure log4j, it may hold back-references to a classloader, preventing it from being gc'd, so be careful
  • if you don't release classloader references, you can quickly run out of permgen space, because that's where class metadata is stored
These days tools like jvisualvm and Eclipse's MAT plugin make it much easier to watch for problems like the ones I ran into back then.
Offline Sunsword

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« Reply #128 - Posted 2013-11-23 18:37:41 »

Must the launcher also be 4k?
Please god, let that be sarcasm!  Grin
Offline Groboclown
« Reply #129 - Posted 2013-11-24 00:01:54 »

One thing to note about using the SecurityManager - some of the Oracle documentation makes note that the default security manager isn't restrictive enough on the thread group permissions.  Special care must be taken to ensure that the applet cannot create a new thread group outside its original parent.

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Offline SimonH
« Reply #130 - Posted 2013-11-24 03:14:05 »

I so want this compo to carry on, but I can't see how a launcher do that... asking people to sacrifice personal security for all 4K games seems worse to me than asking them to do so for just one of them.
I spend a lot of time telling people to be careful when they click 'OK', and here's this thread trying to get people to open up their machines to potentially malicious content. Why should they trust us? It's no go for me.
I'm working on a game ATM where all the whole toolchain is pure java but the delivery is javascript/HTML5. It makes sense to me.
Maybe we should split it up - 4K source JS for safeys and 4K applet for dare-devils.
It is JAVAscript after all!

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Offline appel

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« Reply #131 - Posted 2013-11-24 04:03:26 »

One week to go, and I'm clueless as to what to do about this years contest. Is a launcher going to solve our problems? Although I appreciate the efforts, I'm unsure and skeptical about the outcome, and I don't want to reinvent the JVM.

I don't want to be pessimistic, but is it time to admit defeat? Java seems like a total basket case. Our platform got wiped out. There's no way you can deploy java applets on the web anymore, webstart is a non-starter, and nobody will download an exe installer that includes a jre to run a 4k game. It's like all the choices have run out. The dream that applets would be universal is pretty much toast.

Also, it is a changed world. Even flash games are in defense, nobody is willing to spend money developing them when they could be making them as iOS/android apps. Heard of a popular flash game lately?


Honestly, and to be realistic here, it doesn't look like I'm going to manage another 4k contest. Although the 4k contest has been great fun and a productive experiment, I'm now more interested in putting my effort into something that's more productive and useful, than to go through the trouble of trying to squeeze out a yet another contest, especially not when the technology doesn't want to play nice with you anymore.

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Offline moogie

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« Reply #132 - Posted 2013-11-24 09:18:11 »

In truth, this competion has always been by Devs for Devs. I would be happy for just jars. The launcher just makes it easier and minimise the already minuscule security risk of the entrants.

I say leave the competiton as it stands and deliberate next year later.
Offline Apo
« Reply #133 - Posted 2013-11-24 12:04:11 »

I am the same opinion as moogie and the launcher sounds great, but I like the Javascript idea too.

One possible idea:
All devs have to submit a normal pack200 Java 4k version of their game but if they want they can upload a Javascript version of the game. So everybody can play the game.
I made a little JS template. With that template I ported all my 4k games (last year and my entries for this year ... so please start the contest =) ) in under 2 hours (for one game).

The disadvantage is that my template is only for 2d games and you have to check whether the game is the same as the 4k version ...

But I can understand appel too, why to spend so much time for a contest when nobody can play the results (only applet version) ... not easy ...
Offline steveyO
« Reply #134 - Posted 2013-11-24 12:23:03 »

Am with Appel here. Java applets are deader than an extinct deceased dodo.  Time to move on, time for Android!!!:-

My proposal is as follows:-
* Java4K is changed to an Android only contest.
* Same 4K limit applies,  you can write your game/logic using an Android SurfaceView/Canvas or equivalent.
* Obviously we have the Android set-up bloat.  A game .apk would probably be around 250-300K.  This is where dex2jar http://code.google.com/p/dex2jar/ comes in.  This is handy little tool, which will convert your .apk to a .jar file. The resultant .jar file can be checked to see if the custom code is under 4K (maybe a script on the java4k website when the dev submits their apk).
* Games (.apk) can still be hosted on Java4k (disk space permitting, appel?), no need to submit to Google Play.  Just a little message on the website instructing the ppl to change their Android settings to allow installation of games from Non-Market sources.

The rules would obviously disallow images in resources, running external Intents etc.  A few things would need to be ironed out, for example whether to allow 1 SurfaceView XML layout etc.  Only the start-up Icon would be allowed.

I just tried this now.  I created a little program to move a circle around my phone.  My main activity had 100+ lines of code and uncompressed (after dex2jar) .class file was 3k.  (The resultant .jar file also had 10 other R**.class files,  I guess we can ignore these).

My 2cents.

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Offline Sunsword

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« Reply #135 - Posted 2013-11-24 19:16:37 »

One week to go, and I'm clueless as to what to do about this years contest.

One option is to just go ahead with it as-is, and just see what happens.  We're only speculating on what the impact will be on the 2014 contest, it could turn out OK in the end.  It seems a shame to cancel a long-running contest just because there may a lower turnout this year.

I had a reply to SimonH's post ready, rehashing the problems the launcher addresses and the ones that it doesn't, but the points are moot if there's no contest.
Offline zeroone
« Reply #136 - Posted 2013-11-25 23:10:41 »

Is it possible to run a pack200 jar from the command-line without extracting it assuming that the game runs in a standalone window?
Offline pjt33
« Reply #137 - Posted 2013-11-26 10:28:29 »

Is it possible to run a pack200 jar from the command-line without extracting it assuming that the game runs in a standalone window?
In principle it should be possible using a classloader which handles pack200 and is injected into the bootclasspath with command-line options. Probably easier to write a launcher which uses a pack200 classloader, though.
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« Reply #138 - Posted 2013-11-26 12:37:28 »

I so want this compo to carry on, but I can't see how a launcher do that... asking people to sacrifice personal security for all 4K games seems worse to me than asking them to do so for just one of them.
I spend a lot of time telling people to be careful when they click 'OK', and here's this thread trying to get people to open up their machines to potentially malicious content. Why should they trust us? It's no go for me.
I'm working on a game ATM where all the whole toolchain is pure java but the delivery is javascript/HTML5. It makes sense to me.
Maybe we should split it up - 4K source JS for safeys and 4K applet for dare-devils.
It is JAVAscript after all!

I do not agree with all that security talk.

Just look at Ludum Dare, how many entries are native windows binaries that can contain literraly anything? And I never heard of a bogus ludum dare entry.
Many of those native binaries are top ranked, which means, people do play them.

This is not new in java, I've always heard that - and never really agreed.
Why is a java runnable so much heinous and dangerous than a demo exe game built in C?

It is cool that applets once made our games a click away from the players, but having an executabe never prevented other competitions from happening.

Maybe we are just overestimating the unwillingness people have of download an exe and run it.

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« Reply #139 - Posted 2013-11-26 12:53:44 »

Because C programs don't just execute when you visit a web page. That is the one difference.

Any other method of deployment is not really any more or less safe than native though, so it's all down to differing levels of inconvenience and brokenness.

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« Reply #140 - Posted 2013-11-26 13:07:40 »

Because C programs don't just execute when you visit a web page. That is the one difference.


But I'm not telling to carry on with applets. I wrote just the opposite.

I do think applets are dead. I hear my girlfriend saying all the time when she tries to access her online banking "What ? another java update ? Screw it, I'm going to an ATM"

I even stopped updating java because it is so damn annoying. I can't play my own 4k entries.

But I am willing to give the launcher a try. Like I said, I can't see why should an exe, which in this case is generated by java code, should be more dangerous than any of the exe games I donwnload from tigsource.

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« Reply #141 - Posted 2013-11-26 15:41:42 »

They absolutely won't be. The launcher is a great idea. The size of the launcher vs. the 4k of the games is a red herring - nobody cares about the size of the launcher (hello broadband), and the 4k aspect of it is to appeal to geeks as an arbitrary restriction. If one was concerned that the relative ratio of the size of launcher:game was a problem we'd be making 4k games in assembler instead. It misses the point.

That said, a security sandbox in the launcher is a nice touch. With the right security in place 4k games won't need signing.

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Offline zeroone
« Reply #142 - Posted 2013-11-26 15:54:34 »

Any extra component that does not come with an out of the box JRE breaks the spirit of the Java 4K Contest.  I'm all for downloading a binary and running it locally, but it must be executable through some command-line option.  If that is not possible with pack200, then I'd rather drop the pack200 compression than introduce some extra, special 4K lib that must be downloaded also.  Such a "loader" would contain bootstrap code necessary to get the binary to run.  That's cheating.  
Offline Sunsword

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« Reply #143 - Posted 2013-11-26 17:10:14 »

I'm all for downloading a binary and running it locally, but it must be executable through some command-line option.
At this point, the launcher is a self-contained jar.  So a single file that you download, which on Windows systems will run automatically if you double-click it (assuming you have Java installed. Wink)  On *nix I guess you need to still do "java -jar launcher.jar", not sure about Macs.  By keeping it pure Java it should work on all OSs that have full standard JVMs.  (Probably not on Blackberry or Andriod systems, due to differences in the JVMs and libraries.)

Any extra component that does not come with an out of the box JRE breaks the spirit of the Java 4K Contest.
Well, the launcher is more like infrastructure, it's not part of the contest.  It's like a helper for the java4k.com website (which is PHP by the way), not a 4K entry.  And it doesn't supply any extra libraries or anything like that to the contest entries.  Think of it like a custom web browser, that only points to the Java4K.com games.  So you can turn off applets in your browsers, but if you want to browse and run the Java4K games, you still can.
Offline zeroone
« Reply #144 - Posted 2013-11-26 17:27:34 »

Well, the launcher is more like infrastructure, it's not part of the contest.  It's like a helper for the java4k.com website (which is PHP by the way), not a 4K entry.  And it doesn't supply any extra libraries or anything like that to the contest entries.  Think of it like a custom web browser, that only points to the Java4K.com games.  So you can turn off applets in your browsers, but if you want to browse and run the Java4K games, you still can.

The challenge is to code to an existing infrastructure.  A loader really is pointless for the following reason: Anyone can prove that they wrote a 4K entry by generating a pack200 jar no bigger than 4096 bytes.  Once that proof is submitted, you can run it directly from an uncompressed jar.  No loader is needed to play the game. 

If we move to a deployment model where the player launches the game from the command-line, then we probably have to drop pack200 unless someone discovers a way through existing options to get it to run.
Offline Sunsword

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« Reply #145 - Posted 2013-11-26 18:35:59 »

Well, the launcher is more like infrastructure, it's not part of the contest.  It's like a helper for the java4k.com website (which is PHP by the way), not a 4K entry.  And it doesn't supply any extra libraries or anything like that to the contest entries.  Think of it like a custom web browser, that only points to the Java4K.com games.  So you can turn off applets in your browsers, but if you want to browse and run the Java4K games, you still can.

The challenge is to code to an existing infrastructure.  A loader really is pointless for the following reason: Anyone can prove that they wrote a 4K entry by generating a pack200 jar no bigger than 4096 bytes.  Once that proof is submitted, you can run it directly from an uncompressed jar.  No loader is needed to play the game.  

If we move to a deployment model where the player launches the game from the command-line, then we probably have to drop pack200 unless someone discovers a way through existing options to get it to run.
Well, the problems loader solves are:
  • People disabling applets in browsers.
  • Unsigned applets not running in web browsers due to upcoming security updates.
  • A simple method of discovering and playing the games.
I'm not 100% clear on what you're suggesting regarding compressed and uncompressed jars, and running from the command line.  If you're suggesting that people playing the games should download an uncompressed version of the jar and run it from the command line, I think you'll find that is too cumbersome for most people.

I might be misinterpreting your post, in which case please clarify, but it seemed like you thought the launcher is a command line tool to run games individually, or some sort of wrapper around each game?  It isn't - instead, it's a listing of all the games (pulled real-time from the java4k.com website), and selecting a game from the list pulls the jar (in uncompressed, Pack200, gz, or pack200+gz), and loads the game into the frame.  I'm trying a few different UI styles, here's what I was looking at Sunday night (I haven't pulled the game icons yet, so I've set the JList to render the title and description.)  Selecting a game loads it into the right side of the split pane.
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« Reply #146 - Posted 2013-11-26 22:42:40 »

Another screenshot below, at another size, with a game running.

Also, it takes ages to load all the game screenshots into ImageIcon objects, even if I do them all in parallel.  I'm thinking of just showing the title, putting the description in a tooltip, and showing a progress bar as the icons load (popping them up in the list as the Futures return.)  Any other ideas for the icons?

Offline Apo
« Reply #147 - Posted 2013-11-26 23:27:21 »

Looks very nice!

I like the idea with the showing only the title and the decription in a tooltip.

My wish would be a sorting option (by year, by title and by author).
Offline appel

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« Reply #148 - Posted 2013-11-26 23:58:34 »

Launcher looks neat. I'd like to try it out.

I could provide for a JSON service to retrieve list of games and any information to make it easier to display and run games.

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Offline Damocles
« Reply #149 - Posted 2013-11-27 08:06:02 »

A Service for the game-list informaion yould be great.
especially the information about the main class and target screen dimensions, as was defined in the applet definition:

<applet code="A.class" archive="applet.php?gid=431" width="600" height="600">

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