In the final scene of the horror movie, just when you think the monster
authorguy <guy@f5534014-38df-0310-8fa8-9805f1628bb7>
Wed, 26 Jul 2000 06:04:34 +0000 (06:04 +0000)
committerguy <guy@f5534014-38df-0310-8fa8-9805f1628bb7>
Wed, 26 Jul 2000 06:04:34 +0000 (06:04 +0000)
commitb4123b84de8263c21bfad9d3ac1839d4dcf44a8e
treec544caebc0582443cae43364971ad76843dd21ba
parent6333307a7b2e8ae7b320fc0e6183e2c89bbabe30
In the final scene of the horror movie, just when you think the monster
is finally dead, and you're walking away, it springs up again and
attacks.

It appears that the ss990915 version of Alexey Kuznetzov's libpcap patch
has some extra stuff in the per-packet header for some sort of SMP
debugging, and that SuSE Linux 6.3 picked it up.

Thus, even if a libpcap file has the modified magic number, we *still*
have to go through the usual heuristic hell to figure out what type of
file it is.

git-svn-id: http://anonsvn.wireshark.org/wireshark/trunk@2164 f5534014-38df-0310-8fa8-9805f1628bb7
doc/editcap.pod
wiretap/file.c
wiretap/libpcap.c
wiretap/wtap-int.h
wiretap/wtap.h