I attached the patch in the last e-mail, entitled "column.patch". Did it not go through? Let me know if I should resend it.
From: [email protected] on behalf of Stephen Fisher
Sent: Sun 2/24/2008 5:34 PM
To: Developer support list for Wireshark
Subject: Re: [Wireshark-dev] New feature: custom columns
On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 09:49:39PM -0500, Maynard, Chris wrote:
> I would prefer to keep the custom columns for 0.99.8, even if not
> fully completed. If it remains undocumented, then I doubt most people
> outside of those reading this list will even know it's there, and most
> people who do know it's there will be aware that there may be some
> deficiencies, but I think it's going to prove useful enough that it
> should remain.
Okay, we will leave them and hope no one finds it accidently and gets
hung up on it :). They can always come here or to -users and ask for
> In a prior e-mail, I suggested alphabetizing the column choices. The
> attached patch does just that. Unfortunately, I had to run distclean
> after the changes; otherwise the columns are all messed up. The patch
> involved re-ordering the dlist array in column.c so that the text
> was alphabetical, then re-ordering the slist array above it, as well
> as the enums in column_info.h to match. To make it easier for myself,
> I numbered both dlist and slist (in comments) before I started,
> then re-arranged the dlist. Afterwards, I re-arranged slist so
> the now out-of-order numbers matched and finally did the same for the
> enums. Finally, I re-numbered them all sequentially and added notes
> about trying to keep them alphabetized.
Interesting idea. Do you have a patch handy for your work that we could
review for inclusion in the next version?
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