Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] JXTA dissector memory leak?
From: Jeff Morriss <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2007 18:19:02 -0400

Andrej Mikus wrote:
On Wed, 28.Mar.07 16:41:59 -0700, Stephen Fisher wrote:
The dissector file packet-jxta.c has a comment saying that an allocation is a memory leak:
    if (NULL != found_addr) {
	found_addr->type = AT_URI;
	found_addr->len = strlen(*current_token);
	/* FIXME 20050605 bondolo THIS ALLOCATION IS A MEMORY LEAK! */
	found_addr->data = g_strdup(*current_token);
    }

Anyone familiar enough with this dissector to fix it easily?
Should be enough just to change g_strdup to ep_strdup or se_strdup.
See README.malloc for more details.
[Wow, came on this old email thread by accident!]

Changed to se_strdup() in rev 22579. (That address is used in a conversation structure which makes it "seasonal".)