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as an argument, and, on an error, if they have an error message, have
them set that "gchar *" to point to a g_malloc()ed string containing the
error message, rather than taking a pointer to a buffer for that message
as an argument. That's more like what's done in Wiretap, and doesn't
impose an upper limit on the lengths of those error messages. If that
pointer is null, don't allocate the message string and return it.
Have that error message already have the "cant_get" processing applied
to it, so nobody other than those routines need to call the "cant_get"
routines to process the error messages.
Have get_airpcap_interface_list() explicitly set "*err" to the
appropriate error code.
Clean up indentation.
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version string, so the information comes out right for applications that
don't use Portaudio.
Get rid of an extra "with" in the version string for dumpcap.
Get rid of an extra blank after the libpcap version string, and get rid
of an extra newline before it.
Attempt to add more compiler version information and to prettify the
MSVC++ version information (both untested).
svn path=/trunk/; revision=19613
svn path=/trunk/; revision=18197
this way, the capture prefix will "logically" group the files together and file browsers will also group them
we may want to move the files into a subdir capture later
svn path=/trunk/; revision=16691