Is there any tool that, given a set of jars (and/or class files, possibly plus java source), reports when any Java bytecode dependencies fail (e.g., missing types, methods, constructors, and/or fields)?
Obviously, a compiler does this for source, but I want it for bytecode.
jdeps seems to only work for class and/or packages, not for class members.
I want this tool to ensure that jars of mine are at least binary signature compatible with multiple versions of third-party jars. I only compile against the newest supported versions of the jars, but if an older version of a jar isn't binary compatible, then I know that it can't work for all code paths in my code. Obviously, binary compatibility doesn't guarantee correctness, but at least it identifies certain incompatibilities.