> Rach, Darshan a écrit :
>> I tried “mt -manifest oqtp.dll.manifest -outputresource:oqtp.dll;2”
>> But still I am getting and error “oqtp.dll.manifest : general error
>> c1010070: Failed to load and parse the manifest. The system cannot
>> find the file specified.”
>> I tried to do a clean and then make a build, but this does not help.
>> Any suggestions on this?
> I suggest you explain the 1st problem, it could help for searching the
> solution :
> - what's happen when you put your dll into PC\program
> files\wireshark\plugins\*<version>* ?
> - which version of wireshark /windows ?
> - which version of wireshark /windows / Visual Studio used for dll
> generation ?
You probably shouldn't create a manifest for your DLL. None of the
plugins that ship with Wireshark do. It can cause WinSxS errors like the
ones described at
The main Wireshark executables (wireshark.exe, tshark.exe, etc) load the
CRT at startup. Your plugin shouldn't duplicate that effort.
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