The .nmake files are for windows use, and I've had problems using the Custom.nmake file for windows also, so I use the ordinary makefile in epan. (I forgot its name just now).
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Rob
Sent: den 12 oktober 2009 03:22
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Subject: [Wireshark-dev] Linux Compile
Perhaps I'm missing something, but I've read over a ton of mailing list entries and can't seem to find what I'm missing. I'm using Ubuntu 9.10 and I have everything loaded that I need to have loaded. In fact, when I run the ./autogen.sh, ./configure, and make, I don't have a problem at all. However, I can't seem to get my custom dissector to compile. I've modified Custom.nmake.example into Custom.nmake, made all the necessary changes internally to Custom.namke, created my folder and inserted everything I need in the folder. However, when I run through everything again, I never see anything about my custom dissector. I've already successfully compiled and created my plugin in Windows without an issue and have a dll that works great. Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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