[Winpcap-users] pcap_fopen_offline() and pcap_close()
boaz.brickner at gmail.com
Sat Jan 28 00:40:31 PST 2012
Thanks for you answer, Guy.
Is there some documentation or a usage example for pcap_hopen_offline()?
On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 04:00, Guy Harris <guy at alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> On Jan 27, 2012, at 2:34 AM, Boaz Brickner wrote:
> > In Pcap.Net (http://pcapdot.net), I'm using pcap_fopen_offline() to
> open files.
> > Since this function assumes the FILE* argument it gets is already open,
> does calling pcap_close() on its output also closes that FILE*
> Yes, it does.
> And, yes, this does, I think, run the risk that you'll open the FILE *
> with one version of the C runtime library and have WinPcap close it with
> another version, which I am told
> 1) can happen
> 2) can cause crashes and other problems.
> (I come from the UN*X world, where that sort of
> mismatched-versions-of-the-C-library problem simply doesn't happen. You
> can allocate stuff in a library and free it in the main program or another
> library, and open a FILE * in the main program and close it in a library or
> open it in a library and close it in the main program or another library,
> and all the operations will be done by the same version of the C library.)
> If this is causing problems, you might want to see whether you can use
> pcap_hopen_offline() with a HANDLE instead.
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