Wireshark-dev: [Wireshark-dev] Problem with 1.1.3 sources - native-nmake
From: Carlos G Mendioroz <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 20:39:00 -0300
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Hi,
somehow the 1.1.3 windows binary is missing the IAX2 analysis code from
my bug 3217. In finding what did I do wrong, I downloaded 1.1.3 sources
and tried a fresh compile, which ended shortly with a call from
tools/Makefile.nmake of "../native-nmake" which is not there in the tar
file. (lemon build rule)

After fixing that [changed native-nmake to $(MAKE)], I had to manually
make lemon cause nmake somehow did not. (that sounds like the reason
the missing native-nmake was there in the first place, overflown command
line ?)

And after that I discovered why the menu does not show up.
The call to register_tap_listener_iax2_analysis() is missing
from wireshark-tap-register.c! Which is distributed and not
cleared by make distclean.

Further investigation revealed that the reason is that
gtk/Makefile.common has iax2_analysis.c in WIRESHARK_GTK_SRC
instead of WIRESHARK_TAP_SRC.

What should I do ?
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Carlos G Mendioroz  <[email protected]>
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