capinfos: man page typos; add longopts to Usage:

The verbiage for first/last packets and start/end times seem
to not be consistent. Changing will also require a change to
Capture File Statistics in the Wireshark Gui. Future MR.
pespin/rlcmac
Chuck Craft 1 year ago committed by Wireshark GitLab Utility
parent fd076e6ca8
commit 1998e7f34b
  1. 5
      capinfos.c
  2. 32
      doc/capinfos.adoc

@ -1487,7 +1487,7 @@ print_usage(FILE *output)
fprintf(output, " -E display the capture file encapsulation\n");
fprintf(output, " -I display the capture file interface information\n");
fprintf(output, " -F display additional capture file information\n");
fprintf(output, " -H display the SHA256, RMD160, and SHA1 hashes of the file\n");
fprintf(output, " -H display the SHA256, RIPEMD160, and SHA1 hashes of the file\n");
fprintf(output, " -k display the capture comment\n");
fprintf(output, "\n");
fprintf(output, "Size infos:\n");
@ -1531,7 +1531,8 @@ print_usage(FILE *output)
fprintf(output, " -Q quote infos with double quotes (\")\n");
fprintf(output, "\n");
fprintf(output, "Miscellaneous:\n");
fprintf(output, " -h display this help and exit\n");
fprintf(output, " -h, --help display this help and exit\n");
fprintf(output, " -v, --version display version info and exit\n");
fprintf(output, " -C cancel processing if file open fails (default is to continue)\n");
fprintf(output, " -A generate all infos (default)\n");
fprintf(output, " -K disable displaying the capture comment\n");

@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ if packets exist "out-of-order", time-wise, in the capture,
-A::
+
--
Generate all infos. By default capinfos will display
Generate all infos. By default *Capinfos* will display
all infos values for each input file, but enabling
any of the individual display infos options will
disable the generate all option.
@ -137,16 +137,16 @@ Displays the number of packets in the capture file.
+
--
Cancel processing any additional files if and
when capinfos fails to open an input file
when *Capinfos* fails to open an input file
or gets an error reading an input file.
By default capinfos will continue processing files
By default *Capinfos* will continue processing files
even if it gets an error opening or reading a file.
Note: An error message will be written to stderr
whenever capinfos fails to open a file or gets
whenever *Capinfos* fails to open a file or gets
an error reading from a file regardless whether
the -C option is specified or not.
Upon exit, capinfos will return an error status
Upon exit, *Capinfos* will return an error status
if any errors occurred during processing.
--
@ -165,7 +165,8 @@ were captured with a snaplen or other slicing option),
-D::
+
--
Displays a count of the number of decryption secrets in the file.
Displays a count of the number of decryption secrets in the file. This information
is not available in table format.
--
-e::
@ -190,7 +191,7 @@ Displays the per-file encapsulation of the capture file.
Displays additional capture file information.
--
-h::
-h|--help::
+
--
Prints the help listing and exits.
@ -229,7 +230,7 @@ section header block.
Use this option to suppress printing capture comments. By default capture
comments are enabled. Capture comments are relatively freeform and might
contain embedded new-line characters and/or other delimiting characters
making it harder for a human or machine to easily parse the capinfos output.
making it harder for a human or machine to easily parse the *Capinfos* output.
Excluding capture comments can aid in post-processing of output.
--
@ -244,7 +245,7 @@ and by looking for truncated records in the capture file.
-L::
+
--
Generate long report. Capinfos can generate two
Generate long report. *Capinfos* can generate two
different styles of reports. The "long" report is
the default style of output and is suitable for a
human to use.
@ -263,7 +264,7 @@ from one another with a single comma "," character.
+
--
Print raw (machine readable) values in long reports.
By default capinfos prints numeric values with human-readable SI
By default *Capinfos* prints numeric values with human-readable SI
suffixes, and shows human-readable file type and encapsulation.
Table reports (-T) always print raw values.
--
@ -272,7 +273,8 @@ Table reports (-T) always print raw values.
+
--
Displays a count of the number of resolved IPv4 addresses and a count of
the number of resolved IPv6 addresses in the file.
the number of resolved IPv6 addresses in the file. This information
is not available in table format.
--
-N::
@ -362,7 +364,7 @@ Displays the capture type of the capture file.
--
Generate a table report. A table report is a text file
that is suitable for importing into a spreadsheet or
database. Capinfos can build a tab delimited text file
database. *Capinfos* can build a tab delimited text file
(the default) or several variations on Comma-separated
values (CSV) files.
--
@ -375,7 +377,7 @@ difference in time between the earliest packet seen and
latest packet seen.
--
-v::
-v|--version::
+
--
Displays the tool's version and exits.
@ -401,7 +403,7 @@ Displays the average packet size, in bytes
== EXAMPLES
To see a description of the capinfos options use:
To see a description of the options use:
capinfos -h
@ -432,7 +434,7 @@ count for all the pcap files in the current directory use:
or
capinfos -TtEs *.pcap
capinfos -TtEc *.pcap
Note: The ability to use of filename globbing characters are
a feature of *nix style command shells.

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