[Snort-users] Snort183 -A unsock -- part deux
mike at ...92...
Sun Mar 17 08:29:02 EST 2002
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Win32 uses _snprintf() not snprintf.
There should have been a define in the code somewhere that did the
#define snprintf _snprintf
Chief Technical Officer
Data Nerds, LLC.
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From: "Fyodor" <fygrave at ...121...>
To: "Dr. Richard W. Tibbs" <ccamp at ...4532...>
Cc: <snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 1:39 AM
Subject: Re: [Snort-users] Snort183 -A unsock -- part deux
> Dr. Richard W. Tibbs <ccamp at ...4532...> spoke:
> > Kind people: Thanks for all the help up to this point.
> > I have a decent compile of the socket code now.
> > I am now having a problem with snprintf.
> > There seems to be no definition of the function on Win2K.
> > If I comment out the
> > #define HAVE_SNPRINTF = 1
> > line in config.h,
> > then compiling snprintf.c results in all kinds of errors
> > concerning some kind of defines or typedefs named va_dcl,
> > va_alist and such.
> > Any ideas?
> we ship an implementation of snprintf() which is based on the one
> shipped with sendmail. If your platform doesn't have snprintf()
> within libc configure should figure that out and enable it...
> as for building errors, guess there could be some portability
> problems, can we see the errors, maybe we could give you hints as
> what has to be changed...
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