Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] Which install files have changed based on source modificatio
From: Greg Bell <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 10:08:44 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks, I thought that answer may come up. Only issue with that is that the user will have to uninstall the version they have before installing my version :(
A follow up question on this... can two different Wireshark installations exist on the same system? If so, how can I differentiate my version from a stock install? That is, Windows must see my version (such as in Add/Remove Programs) as a completely different and independent app. I'm assuming the VERSION_EXTRA thing is not enough.

Any help is appreciated, thanks.

Jaap Keuter <[email protected]> wrote:

This sounds all overly complicated. You could deduce which
executable/DLL is affected by you changes by unraveling the build
process, but it's much easier to build you own full installer.


Greg Bell wrote:
> Hello,
> I'd like to make some modifications to Wireshark and package only the
> modified/new DLL's (or other modified files) in my own installer. This
> installer would then simply overwrite the original files from a stock
> install.
> My question is, how do I know which DLL's I must use based on the source
> files I modified? I could make the source changes and see which files
> have different time stamps, but is there a cleaner, more precise way? As
> well, it seems wireshark.exe is always created with a new build - when
> does a source change affect the exe?
> For example, if I modify the following files:
> C:\wireshark\file.c
> C:\wireshark\print.c
> C:\wireshark\print.h
> C:\wireshark\gtk\menu.c
> Which DLL's (or other install files) will I need to copy for my custom
> install (on the target host)? Or am I just going about this the wrong way?
> Thank you!

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