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svn path=/trunk/; revision=18197
file, strip off the last component to get the pathname of the directory
containing the executable file, and save it for future use. On Windows,
you can get that from the OS, but, on UN*X, you have to look at argv
and derive the absolute path from that (argv is not guaranteed to be
an absolute path, or even a path at all). (In addition, if you're
running from the build directory, you might have to strip off a ".libs/"
added to argv as an artifact of the libtoolizing script.)
Use that in the About dialog, and use it to construct the path of
Don't put quotes into the path of dumpcap; you don't have to quote
strings with spaces in them when handing them to execvp and, in fact,
you *mustn't* quote them, as the quotes will be treated as part of the
svn path=/trunk/; revision=17267
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
svn path=/trunk/; revision=11053
methods for getting and setting the timestamp type.
This is a move towards a real libethereal shared library.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=10402
link-layer type when capturing, using the "pcap_set_datalink()" and
svn path=/trunk/; revision=8848
an independent global variable.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=8524
svn path=/trunk/; revision=6199
winapi_cleanup tool written by Patrik Stridvall for the wine
svn path=/trunk/; revision=6117
"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
and "Automatic scrolling in live capture" options from the preference
settings for them, so that the preference settings affect the initial
values of those options, but changing those values in a capture don't
affect the preferences, and don't automatically get saved when you save
If we're building without libpcap, don't have an "Automatic scrolling in
live capture" option anywhere.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4514
a "Match Selected" on it - we can't do a "Match Selected" if the field
has no value (e.g., FT_NULL) and has a length of 0.
If we unselect the current packet, we don't have a protocol tree, so we
don't have a currently selected field - clear the "Match Selected" menu
item and the display in the status line of information about the
currently selected field.
Move the low-level statusbar manipulation into "gtk/main.c", in routines
whose API doesn't expose anything GTK+-ish.
"close_cap_file()" calls one of those routines to clear out the status
bar, so it doesn't need to take a pointer to the statusbar widget as an
"clear_tree_and_hex_views()" is purely a display-manipulating routine;
move it to "gtk/proto_draw.c".
Extract from "tree_view_unselect_row_cb()" an "unselect_field()" routine
to do all the work that needs to be done if the currently selected
protocol tree row is unselected, and call it if the currently selected
packet list row is unselected (if it's unselected, there *is* no
protocol tree, so no row can be selected), as well as from
Before pushing a new field-description message onto the statusbar, pop
the old one off.
Get rid of an unused variable (set, but not used).
svn path=/trunk/; revision=3513
control whether we have a child process do the capturing; a user might
want the packet list to be updated as packets arrive but *not* want it
to scroll so that the most recently arrived packets are shown.
"prefs.capture_auto_scroll", not "auto_scroll_live", should control
whether we scroll a real-time-update capture's packet list;
"auto_scroll_live" isn't set by the capture dialog box,
svn path=/trunk/; revision=3388
"gtk/main.c" in Ethereal.
Add the GLib version to it in Ethereal, and put in the GLib version
rather than the GTK+ version in Tethereal (which isn't linked with
Make it a GString; this makes the code to construct it slightly less
ugly, especially now that we're putting the GLib version in.
Fix the code for the "-D" flag in Tethereal to compile in a no-libpcap
version (in a no-libpcap version, it just says that this version of
Tethereal wasn't compiled with capture support).
svn path=/trunk/; revision=3196
"globals.h" file to "epan/resolv.h", as it's exported by
"epan/resolv.c", have files that use "g_resolving_actif" include
"resolv.h", and don't have "epan/resolv.c" include "globals.h" so that
it doesn't drag in, for example, headers that, in turn, drag in GTK+
svn path=/trunk/; revision=2517
and #include "util.h" from epan code. Move get_home_dir() into epan/filesystem.c
as it's used by plugins.c.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=2461
generate the name of the boldface font from the Roman font; if the two
fonts don't have the same widths, the display will look weird when a
field is selected, and it's a bit of a pain for the user to have to
select *two* fonts.
On UNIX/X, default to
"-*-fixed-medium-r-semicondensed-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-*-" rather than to
"-*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-1" - some
Linux distributions appear to lack the Lucida typewriter font.
Add a "gui.font_name" preference to the preferences file, specifying the
normal-weight font to use. Have it settable from the "GUI" tab in the
Preferences dialog box - the "Font..." button, when clicked, pops up a
font selection dialog box.
If we either can't open the selected font or the boldfaced version of
the font, default to "6x13" and "6x13bold" as fallbacks - the former
will probably be "fixed", and the latter would be "fixedbold" if X
actually created such an alias, but it doesn't so we use "6x13bold"
svn path=/trunk/; revision=2304
- add <stdarg.h> or <varargs.h> in snprintf.h
and remove those inclusions in the other #ifdef NEED_SNPRINTF_H codes
- remove the check of multiple inclusions in source (.c) code
(there is a bit loss of _cpp_ performance, but I prefer the gain of
code reading and maintenance; and nowadays, disk caches and VM are
correctly optimized ;-).
- protect all (well almost) header files against multiple inclusions
- add header (i.e. GPL license) in some include files
- reorganize a bit the way header files are included:
#include <external_package_include_files (e.g. gtk, glib etc.)>
with the correct HAVE_XXX or NEED_XXX protections.
- add some HAVE_XXX checks before including some system header files
- add the same HAVE_XXX in wiretap as in ethereal
Please forgive me, if I break something (I've only compiled and regression
tested on Linux).
svn path=/trunk/; revision=2254
file to a user-specified file.
Move the file-copy routine in save_cap_file() to an indepenent
function in file.c (copy_binary_file()) so that follow_dlg.c can use it.
Remove #include "follow.h" from the C files that don't need it.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=2200
make it easier to use grep to find all references to it without getting
a lot of false hits and to check, after allocating the memory chunk for
"frame_data" structures, that the allocation succeeded.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=2092
pointer to the name of the file to which it refers (i.e., to the last
component of the pathname) in a "get_basename()" routine, and have the
code in "file.c" call it.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1552
search for '\' rather than '/'.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1545
the IPv4 TOS field as a TOS field or as a DiffServ field, and allow that
field to be controlled by a command-line option or an option in the
"Display:Options" dialog box.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1532
stuff from it include it themselves.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1424
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1386
field's name, if possible. (If the selected field is not a registered field,
then of course, we still have to use the frame[x:y] syntax).
tree_selected_start and tree_selected_len are on longer globals variables;
finfo_selected has replaced them.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=1070
svn path=/trunk/; revision=896
from "globals.h" to "capture.h".
Only "capture.c" needs to include <pcap.h>; move the include of <pcap.h>
from "capture.h" to "capture.c".
We no longer need any DLT_ defines (that's handled inside Wiretap);
remove the defines of DLT_ from "capture.h".
svn path=/trunk/; revision=753
process for a sync mode or fork mode capture.
Have that flag control whether we do things that *only* the parent or
*only* the child should do, rather than basing it solely on the setting
of "sync_mode" or "fork_mode" (or, in the case of stuff done in the
child process either in sync mode or fork mode, rather than basing it on
the setting of those flags at all).
Split "do_capture()" into a "run_capture()" routine that starts a
capture (possibly by forking off and execing a child process, if we're
supposed to do sync mode or fork mode captures), and that assumes the
file to which the capture is to write has already been opened and that
"cf.save_file_fd" is the file descriptor for that file, and a
"do_capture()" routine that creates a temporary file, getting an FD for
it, and calls "run_capture()".
Use "run_capture()", rather than "capture()", for "-k" captures, so that
it'll do the capture in a child process if "-S" or "-F" was specified
("do_capture()" won't do because "-k" captures should write to the file
specified by the "-w" flag, not some random temporary file).
For child process captures, however, just use "capture()" - the child
process shouldn't itself fork off a child if we're in sync or fork mode,
and should just write to the file whose file descriptor was specified by
the "-W" flag on the command line.
All this allows you to do "ethereal -S -w <file> -i <interface> -k" to
start a sync mode capture from the command line.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=740
of the packet be printed (this is only done if "Print detail" is
selected; it should be grayed out of "Print summary" is selected).
If that item is selected, suppress the hex printing of uninterpreted
data items in the protocol tree.
Move some GTK+ keys not used outside of "gtk/print_dlg.c" from
"gtk/keys.h" into "gtk/print_dlg.c".
svn path=/trunk/; revision=736
- Capture->Start->"Active name resolution"
Allows the user to turn on/off name resolution
during a live capture.
- Display->Options->"Name resolution"
Turn on/off name resolution for the displayed
data (or during the -S mode).
E.g. clicking on a packet captured with
resolution disabled will resolve names in
the detailed list if this option is set.
And applying or resetting a display filter
allows the update of the packet list as well.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=726
and to fork off and run a separate copy of "ethereal" for "-S" and "-F"
captures or just call "capture()" otherwise, out of "gtk/capture_dlg.c"
and into a routine in "capture.c".
If the attempt to create said temporary capture file fails, pop up a
dialog box and don't do the capture.
Have the child capture process send a message upstream after it either
successfully starts the capture and syncs out the header of the capture
file, or fails to start the capture; the message indicates whether it
succeeded or failed, and, if it failed, includes a failure message.
avoids the use of a signal, and thus means we don't have to
worry about whether to capture the signal, or whether to start
or stop capturing depending on whether this particular capture
is in sync mode or not;
lets us pop up the message box for the error in the parent
process if we're in sync mode, rather than doing it in the
child, which didn't work well.
Add a check button to the Capture/Start dialog box, so that we can
control, for each capture, whether it's to be done in sync mode or not.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=708
This display option is disabled by default.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=691
not like #preprocessor_macros that do not start at
the first column.
# include <dummy1.h>
# define DUMMY 1
# include <dummy2.h>
# define DUMMY 2
#define DUMMY 1
#define DUMMY 2
svn path=/trunk/; revision=668
Move some defines that would be used even by a non-GTK+-based Ethereal
from "gtk/main.h" to "globals.h".
Remove the byte-order #defines from "packet.h", as they're now in
"globals.h" (having been moved there from "gtk/main.h").
Fix up some files that use those #defines to include "globals.h".
"resolv.c" doesn't use any GTK stuff, so it needn't include <gtk/gtk.h>
nor "gtk/main.h" - it only did so to get the byte-order #defines for the
benefit of "packet-ipv6.h", and "packet-ipv6.h" now includes them
svn path=/trunk/; revision=649
svn path=/trunk/; revision=636
preferences, and menus to gtk subdirectory.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=623