I then verify_tools, install libraries (nmake -f Makefile.nmake
setup), distclean and build wireshark with *NO *problems.
I then test wireshark and it does indeed start up with *NO *problems.
I then create my wireshark dissector code, make files etc.*
(NOTE: This runs on Linux FC-9 with NO problems. If I take the
attached helen.zip file go to my
linux box, do a make install and put the helen.so file in the plugin
directory everything works fine.)
I drop my code in place. C:\wireshark\plugins\helen
The name of my wireshark dissector is called helen.
From the C:\wireshark\plugins\helen directory I do the following:
nmake -f Makefile.nmake distclean
nmake -f Makefile.nmake all
I have NO errors and it does indeed create a *helen.dll* file. (Which
I believe is what I want).
I drop this helen.dll file in the following directory:
I start up wireshark (by invoking wireshark.exe) the splash screen
appears for a second than disappears. So it never start up.