The ability to continue processing additional files if and when
wtap_open_offline() should fail. A new -C option reverts to capinfos'
original behavior which is to cancel any further file processing at
first file open failure.
Change the behavior of how the default display of all infos is initiated.
This gets rid of a special post getopt() argument count test.
Add new table output format (with related options). This feature allows
outputting the various infos into a tab delimited text file, or to a comma
separated variables file (*.csv) instead of the original "long" format.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=30956
routines handled by epan/report_err.c.
Move copy_binary_file() in file.c to epan/filesystem.c, and rename it to
copy_file_binary_mode() (to clarify that it *can* copy text files;
arguably, *all* files are "binary" unless you're on, say, an IBM 1401
:-)). Have it use the report_err.c routines, so it works in
Clean up some comments while we're at it.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=27456
capinfos and dumpcap don't need to depend on libwireshark nor directly pull
in those modules). Because capinfos and editcap were only being linked with
privileges.c if we had plugins, this allows those programs to be linked when
someone is compiling --without-plugins.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=25640
plugins should already be linked against libwireshark.
Don't link capinfos and editcap against libwireshark: they only needed to be
because the plugins were linked against libwireshark (see rev 24123 and the
ensuing discussion on -dev).
capinfos and editcap: don't complain if plugins fail to load: dissector
plugins should fail to load because they need libwireshark. I am assuming
here that wiretap plugins don't need libwireshark (I've never seen such a
plugin but LEGO's code and comments suggest this is the case).
(The goal of this checkin is to stop linking capinfos and editcap against
libwireshark while still allowing wiretap plugins. Since we don't have any
such plugins in the tree I do somewhat doubt the need for all this but I don't
want to be the one to remove the functionality.)
svn path=/trunk/; revision=24650
previously called. This prevents the function from always returning TRUE in
programs that hadn't called get_credential_info().
Call get_credential_info() in the programs that should have been.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=24648
have get_plugin_dir() calling init_plugin_dir() if necessary
epan/epan.c and epan/report_err.c
move the report_failure family into the new report_err.c file, have epan_init() calling the initializer
epan/plugins.h and epan/proto.c
do not have init_plugins() calling the proto_reg functions instead do it in init_proto()
gtk/main.c and tshark.c
init_plugin_dir() has become suprefluous
capinfos.c and editcap.c
load the wiretap plugins
do what's needed to build withe the above changes.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=21935
I've done more than a day to change the timestamp resolution from microseconds to nanoseconds. As I really don't want to loose those changes, I'm going to check in the changes I've done so far. Hopefully someone else will give me a helping hand with the things left ...
What's done: I've changed the timestamp resolution from usec to nsec in almost any place in the sources. I've changed parts of the implementation in nstime.s/.h and a lot of places elsewhere.
As I don't understand the editcap source (well, I'm maybe just too tired right now), hopefully someone else might be able to fix this soon.
Doing all those changes, we get native nanosecond timestamp resolution in Ethereal. After fixing all the remaining issues, I'll take a look how to display this in a convenient way...
As I've also changed the wiretap timestamp resolution from usec to nsec we might want to change the wiretap version number...
svn path=/trunk/; revision=15520
(so if the file's gzipped, it's *NOT* the size of the file after
uncompressing), and an approximation of the amount of that data read
sequentially so far.
Use those for various progress bars and the like.
Make the fstat() in the Ascend trace reader directly use wth->fd, as
it's inside Wiretap; that gets rid of the last caller of wtap_fd() (as
we're no longer directly using fstat() or lseek() in Ethereal), so get
rid of wtap_fd().
svn path=/trunk/; revision=15437