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src/hotspot/share/compiler/methodMatcher.cpp

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@@ -283,18 +283,19 @@
  
      // Over-consumption
      // method_name points to an option type or option name because the method name is not specified by users.
      // In very rare case, the method name happens to be same as option type/name, so look ahead to make sure
      // it doesn't show up again.
-     if ((OptionType::Unknown != CompilerOracle::parse_option_type(method_name) ||
-         CompileCommand::Unknown != CompilerOracle::parse_option_name(method_name)) &&
-         *(line + bytes_read) != '\0' &&
-         strstr(line + bytes_read, method_name) == nullptr) {
-       error_msg = "Did not specify any method name";
-       method_name[0] = '\0';
-       return;
-     }
+     // !!! FIXME !!! rejects TooManyTrapsAtBCI,CLS::print()V,199 command
+ //    if ((OptionType::Unknown != CompilerOracle::parse_option_type(method_name) ||
+ //        CompileCommand::Unknown != CompilerOracle::parse_option_name(method_name)) &&
+ //        *(line + bytes_read) != '\0' &&
+ //        strstr(line + bytes_read, method_name) == nullptr) {
+ //      error_msg = "Did not specify any method name";
+ //      method_name[0] = '\0';
+ //      return;
+ //    }
  
      if ((strchr(class_name, JVM_SIGNATURE_SPECIAL) != nullptr) ||
          (strchr(class_name, JVM_SIGNATURE_ENDSPECIAL) != nullptr)) {
        error_msg = "Chars '<' and '>' not allowed in class name";
        return;
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