If I use print(type(wsp_pdu)) it show me userdata type which is not in the switch statement in epan/wslua/wsula_field.c. The problem is that I can't find any function that could convert this userdata type to any other usable type to work with...
On the other hand using print("USERDATA LENGTH: " .. wsp_pdu.len) works fine and gives me apparently the correct length of the field data reassembled from multiple packets. Here is the output:
USERDATA LENGTH: 8706
USERDATA LENGTH: 36097
USERDATA LENGTH: 32302
... skipped ...
On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 5:20 PM, Beth <[email protected]>
Is the field a boolean? Lua support for boolean fields was fixed for 1.3.x in bug 4049. It just got added to the 1.2 trunk and should be available in release 1.2.7.
If it's not a boolean, make sure its type is in the switch statement in epan/wslua/wsula_field.c (and the similar one in wslua_tree.c). That's where the error message is generated.
On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 9:38 AM, Peter Smith <[email protected]>
I also tried to use a similar code as in previously mentioned presentation:
wsp_extractor = Field.new("wsp")
tap = Listener.new(nil,"wsp")
local wsp_pdu = wsp_extractor()
if wsp_pdu then
In this case I get another error:
[string "wsp.lua"]:6: FT_ not yet supported
So I am stuck for now...
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