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fix #include statements accordingly.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=13366
couple of problems when reading the PROTOS SNMP captures. Check for
integer overflows in dissect_snmp_pdu and asn1_null_decode.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=12609
they have LF at the end of the line on UN*X and CR/LF on Windows;
hopefully this means that if a CR/LF version is checked in on Windows,
the CRs will be stripped so that they show up only when checked out on
Windows, not on UN*X.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=11400
as per a note by Michael Lum.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=8924
"asn_id_decode1()" variant of "asn_id_decode()".
svn path=/trunk/; revision=8586
trailing '\0', to simplify use of the resulting data as a C string.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=8313
the offset from before the byte with the number of unused bits is
fetched, so that we count that byte.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=7920
Do the "tvb_ensure_bytes_exist()" check, and the check for a zero-length
bit string, in the code to process a bit string.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=7659
closely resemble that of other decode routines.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=7589
winapi_cleanup tool written by Patrik Stridvall for the wine
svn path=/trunk/; revision=6117
equivalents for the toplevel directory. The removal of winsock2.h will
hopefully not cause any problems under MSVC++, as those files using
struct timeval still include wtap.h, which still includes winsock2.h.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=5932
<packet32.h> includes <winsock2.h>; we include that rather than
<winsock.h>, to avoid errors due to conflicting declarations in
<winsock.h> and <winsock2.h>.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=5742
member, as it's a C++ keyword.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=5677
it throws the appropriate exception if the bytes don't exist. Use it in
the GIOP and ASN.1 code to check whether the bytes to be copied to a
buffer exist before allocating the buffer.
Make "check_offset_length_no_exception()" check for an overflow, so that
it can be used in "tvb_ensure_bytes_exist()" and do all the checking
that the code "tvb_ensure_bytes_exist()" replaces did.
Make "get_CDR_wchar()" return a "gint", so that if the length octet it
fetched has a value between 128 and 255, the length can be returned
Fix some comments not to specify the exception thrown by various
routines that can throw various exceptions.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=5453
"asn1_string_value_decode()", don't pass "g_malloc()" an argument of 0,
as "g_malloc()" will return NULL in that case, and the callers of
"asn1_string_value_decode()" aren't necessarily prepared for a null
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4876
that in the SNMP dissector.
Check the return values of ASN.1 routines in the LDAP dissector, and
have all the subroutines in that disesctor that can return error
indications return ASN1_ERR_ values.
Have the routines that can supply a pointer to a newly-created
protocol-tree item use the right type for items ("proto_item *", not
"proto_tree *", even though they are, at least currently, typedefs for
the same type), and use "proto_item" for the type of the item a pointer
to which is passed to those routines.
Before calling those routines, set the item pointer to null, in case the
Don't check the return value of "parse_filter_strings()" against -1 -
that routine can't return -1.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4833
isn't so large as to cause the end offset to wrap around.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4766
string or OID data type doesn't cause us to hand a bogus length to a
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4765
"epan/..." pathnames, so as to avoid collisions with header files in any
of the directories in which we look (e.g., "proto.h", as some other
package has its own "proto.h" file which it installs in the top-level
Don't add "-I" flags to search "epan", as that's no longer necessary
(and we want includes of "epan" headers to fail if the "epan/" is left
out, so that we don't re-introduce includes lacking "epan/").
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4586
Clean up some problems that revealed.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=3301
"asn1_string_value_decode()", as it can be used for various character
string types as well.
Turn "asn1_octet_string_decode()" into "asn1_string_decode()", which
takes an additional argument giving the tag expected for the string in
question, and make "asn1_octet_string_decode()" a wrapper around it.
Clean up the ASN.1 dissection in the Kerberos dissector, making more use
of the code in "asn1.c", wrapping more operations up in macros, and
doing some more type checking.
Use "REP" rather than "RESP" in names and strings; "REP" is what the
Kerberos spec uses.
Make the routines in the Kerberos dissector not used outside that
Fix some problems with the dissection of strings in the Kerberos
dissector (it was extracting the data from the wrong place in the
In Kerberos V5, the "kvno" item in the EncryptedData type is optional;
treat it as such.
Treat integers as unsigned in the Kerberos dissector.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=2777
than setting "eoc" from "asn1->pointer" and "enc_len" and then setting
"size" from "eoc" and "asn1->pointer", to make it clearer how it's being
svn path=/trunk/; revision=2090
octet strings, as well as the primitive encoding (if we ever run into a
protocol where the constructed encoding is allowed).
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1751
with MSVC 6.0 and 'nmake', the make tool that comes with MSVC.
It compiles, links, and runs. It doesn't run correctly. There's a problem
when reading files. I'm getting short reads. I'm not linking in zlib or
libsnmp because it first needs to be debugged.
I changed the plugin code to use gmodule instead of libltdl, but the
Unix build still links ethereal against libltdl. I'll fix that tonight; sorry
about leaving it in such a sad state, but I wanted to check in this code
before I left work on a Friday night. Ethereal still works, but the
building is less than optimal.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1479
code, to dissect SNMP PDUs; use the SNMP library code only to translate
OIDs into strings.
Put into the ASN.1 code an annoying hack to cope with the fact that UCD
SNMP makes an OID out of "u_long"s whilst CMU SNMP makes it out of
"u_int"s - have the ASN.1 code make it out of "subid_t"s, and typedef
"subid_t" appropriately depending on the SNMP library you have.
Eventually, we should be able to use "libsmi" instead of a full-blown
SNMP library, and thus possibly work around various aggravations with
the SNMP libraries.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1280
dissector doesn't use it yet - Nathan Neulinger might use it for a
Kerberos 5 dissector, and it might be of use for other dissectors as
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1215