On Feb 16, 2016, at 12:24 AM, FIXED-TERM Scholz Tobias (DC-IA/EAI) <[email protected]> wrote:
> since I have compiled my new functions successfully for 2.1.0, I wanted to test it. On my computer it completely works for win64 and for win32 Wireshark 2.1.0 builds. Now I wanted to test the new Plug-In on the current available user version of Wireshark (2.0.1) on a different computer.
There is no guarantee that a plugin for one version of Wireshark will work with another version of Wireshark, other than that a plugin for an X.Y.Z release will work for an X.Y.W release, so there's no guarantee that a plugin built with 2.1.0 will work with 2.0.1 unless you recompile it.
> First off all, I even didn’t change anything for this variable. Second point is, that in my source code for 2.1.0 the type of this variable is defined as FT_FLOAT with BASE_NONE. So why is he telling me that I am using FT_ABSOLUTE_TIME?
The numerical value of FT_FLOAT, in 2.1.0, is 21. The numerical value of FT_ABSOLUTE_TIME, in 2.0.1, is 21, so any code built with Wireshark 2.1.0 that uses FT_FLOAT will be interpreted as using FT_ABSOLUTE_TIME if run with 2.0.1.
So you'll have to recompile your plugin to work with 2.0.x.