If the electron in a hydrogen atom obeyed classical mechanics instead of quantum mechanics would it emit a continuous spectrum or a line spectrum?

In some text books on physical chemistry it is stated that if an electron followed the classical laws of mechanics it would continue to emit energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation until it fell to the nucleus. It is not sensible to consider the spectrum of emitted electromagnetic radiation because its wavelength is a function of the Schrodinger equation under the influence of the Hamilton operator. So my only have desecrate values. A classical picture of the atom would not obey the Schrodinger equation so there is no way of predicting the way it would emit energy.