Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] DCERPC generated files
From: Alexis La Goutte <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2014 21:27:13 +0200
On Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 5:34 PM,  <[email protected]> wrote:
Hi Michael
> To the discussion on "generated" source files - I still can't build the
> DCERPC files on Windows (I blame Yapp, but it could also be ignorance).  It
> would be GREAT if the build magicians could fix that.
> However, thanks to Evan at Sharkfest, I now have a lubuntu setup that I am
> trying to learn.  The proto_tree_add_subtree effort has afforded me another
> excuse to try to regenerate the DCERPC files.  Following the instructions
> (always a good a start), I was able to regenerate the dissectors from the
> .idl files in epan/dissectors/pidl base directory on my lubuntu setup.  I
> could not generate the "subdirectory" ones (mapi, nspi, rfr) or the ones in
> the epan/dissectors/dcerpc.  As a "sanity check", I downloaded all of samba
> to compare.
What procedure do you have use ? because i have always problem when i
try to regenerate Pidl dissector

> In diffing the samba code to Wireshark, there were no significant (or
> unexplanable) changes in the (wireshark) tools/pidl directories.  However,
> it doesn't appear that samba has the idl files that I can't build (mapi,
> nspi, rfr, budb, butc).  Are these somehow "Wireshark only" (did someone not
> put them in samba or did samba take them out)?  Do they need to be updated
> to the most recent pidl compiler?  I can provide build errors, but they
> didn't make much sense to me, especially since some of the "base" idl files
> had build errors, but still managed to generate a dissector.

May be add Samba Team in CC ? like this topic


> Michael
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