On 7/19/06, Gerald Combs <[email protected]> wrote:
The Debian package approval process turned up several source files in
the Wireshark distribution that don't have explicit licenses. With the
exception of in_cksum.h, is there any reason these shouldn't be GPLed?
> no license info (but most probably GPL, like snprintf.c)
[ Do we still need snprintf*.[ch]? We appear to use g_snprintf()
I dont think we do.
I just recompiled wireshark after removing all snprintf references
from the build and it appears to work fine.
(i dont compile with pcap nor do i compile with plugins but those
should be minor issues and easy to fix if required)
i have checked in a patch that removes out donated snprintf from the sources
many thanks for the debian people for pointing out this dead code