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On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 11:27, Maynard, Chris
> What does your directory structure look like? i.e., is common/ under plugins/ or off the root? It looks to me like Windows is looking for common/ path-relative to your plugin directory so you should have "wireshark/plugins/common/support_file.c". If you want to keep the directory structure as "wireshark/common/", then you might be able to get away with modifying your plugin's Makefile.nmake, specifically adding "../../common/support_file.obj" to your list of OBJECTS or DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_OBJECTS. I think this will work, although it seems like a bit of hack. I'm sure there's a better way to do this but it escapes me at the moment.
My structure is plugins/plugin-common and plugins/plugin_directory. I
tried setting my DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_SRC to
"../plugin-common/support_file.c" but both still complain. And as for
modifying DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_OBJECTS, doesn't that macro-thing there
take care of mapping the .c files to .obj files? What's odd is that
this code works perfectly fine in linux. And if I modify the
DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_SRC to point to the same file in the plugin's own
directory, it works fine. But this defeats the purpose as I have
several dissectors I want to be able to use this shared code.
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