Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] [Wireshark-commits] rev 22556: /trunk/ /trunk/epan/: oids.c
From: "Luis EG Ontanon" <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 01:41:26 +0200
I have put some stuff in http://wiki.wireshark.org/Development/SNMP
tomorrow I'll attach there a binary libsmi.dll for windows and a patch
to get it to work on windows.


On 8/20/07, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote:
> http://anonsvn.wireshark.org/viewvc/viewvc.cgi?view=rev&revision=22556
>
> User: lego
> Date: 2007/08/19 11:00 PM
>
> Log:
>  Filtering on snmp variables starts to work so I put it there in case anyone wants to start playing with it. I'll leave the generated dissector in place and the rest off the Makefiles so that others are not bothered by this.
>
>  TODO:
>  - Global
>     - add libsmi to autoconf (I modified CFLAGS and LDADDs in the makefile.ams appending my own values, that's good only for me)
>     - have other users of oid_resolv.h get to use the new functions in oids.h
>     - add a menu item or preference setting for the smi_modules UAT ( the smi_modules file has one dquoted string per line with the name of each module to be loaded)
>  - SNMP
>    - put complete information in the labels of the VarBind Items
>    - add oids to COL_INFO
>    - negative testing (Well, testing in general)
>  - OIDS
>    - implement "ALL" modules
>    - some functions are not yet tested or implemented
>
>  I'll put a TO-DO list on the wiki for people (incl. me) to add more items
>
> Directory: /trunk/epan/
>   Changes    Path          Action
>   +197 -132  oids.c        Modified
>   +13 -2     oids.h        Modified
>
> Directory: /trunk/asn1/snmp/
>   Changes    Path                      Action
>   +263 -783  packet-snmp-template.c    Modified
>   +238 -438  snmp.asn                  Modified
>   +11 -72    snmp.cnf                  Modified
>
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