Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] my dissector breaks with updated 1.6 source and libs
Date: Sat, 9 Jul 2011 23:32:18 -0400 (EDT)

Thanks for the input.

I do not have any references to the FT_PCRE type. So why is this effecting

I read your reply a couple of times trying to wrap my head around
it....but I am not sure what steps I should take to fix it.

Can you provide me with some direction of what I need to do to fix this..??

Thanks for your help,

> I have had much the same issue.
> In my case I had to move from the pcre library for regex to the glib way
> of doing things.  In addition wiretap/file*c have added an additional
> variable to the function calls to pass error codes and the GTK version of
> the windows code is moved to its own directory.
> BTW, the pcre to glib was necessary because the pcre library is no longer
> supported for windows compiles (although still referenced in
> config.nmake).
> Alex Lindberg
> --- On Fri, 7/8/11, Chris Maynard <[email protected]> wrote:
> From: Chris Maynard <[email protected]>
> Subject: Re: [Wireshark-dev] my dissector breaks with updated 1.6 source
> and libs
> To: [email protected]
> Date: Friday, July 8, 2011, 8:58 PM
> Brian Oleksa <[email protected]> writes:
>> I have updated to the latest sources today as well as the latest libs.
>> I put my dissector in place and it crashes. It ran just fine on 1.4.X
> So you previously built a plugin dissector against 1.4.x and dropped it
> into the
> 1.6.0 plugins directory expecting it to work?  This has never been
> supported
> because we have yet to lock down the API/ABI, but even if we did, there's
> no
> reason to expect a 1.4 plugin to work against 1.6.  I don't think we'd
> ever go
> so far as to guarantee binary compatibility across anything other than
> micro
> versions.  You will simply have to recompile your plugin against the 1.6
> sources
> if you intend to use it with 1.6.x.
>> What are the major changes...??
> Read the release notes for the major changes.
>> WHY is this always a problem. Where can I get help with fixing my
>> problems..??
> Why?  Because Wireshark continues to evolve.
> Where can you get help?  -wireshark-devel, ask.wireshark.org,
> README.developer,
> the Wireshark source code, your colleagues, someone you pay for help, etc.
> Basically, the usual places.
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