That was exactly what I was looking for. Mystery solved, thanks!
Stephen Fisher wrote:
On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 05:38:31PM -0500, Qifan Xi wrote:
I have a need to compare the addresses of two packets. Attempting to
use the binary comparison operator, ==, on the packet info's address
field fails miserably with "error: invalid operands to binary == (have
‘address’ and ‘address’)". Is there a relatively pain-free way to
perform such a comparison?
Include epan/address.h if you haven't already and use the macro
ADDRESSES_EQUAL(addr1, addr2), which will "return true if they are equal
and false otherwise." This is assuming you're using the "address" type
of variable to hold the addresses.
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