[fpc-pascal] Help Reading SIP Messages.

lloyd thomas lloydie.t at googlemail.com
Fri Jan 8 17:26:24 CET 2010

Played around a bit, but realised the job was too much for me.
I have decided to use some of the tools readily available and execute them
when required.
tcpdump being one of the tools, if run with the *-c* flag, it will capture
packets until it is interrupted by a SIGINT or SIGTERM signal or the
specified number of packets have been processed.
Is there a way I can fork tcpdump as a seperate process and kill it when

2010/1/6 lloyd thomas <lloydie.t at googlemail.com>

> OK I think I know the reason why 'ansichar'
> Just did a bit of code to list the net adaptors in a combobox and All I get
> is symbols (??? and ?@?). I think I read somewhere Windows may save adaptor
> names in unicode since windows 2000 (maybe).
> procedure TForm1.FormCreate(Sender: TObject);
> begin
> Fzniffer := TZniffer.create;
>    Combobox1.Items.assign(Fzniffer.Adapters);
> end;
> 2010/1/6 Marco van de Voort <marcov at stack.nl>
> In our previous episode, lloyd thomas said:
>> > I have managed to get the zniffer wrapper to compile, but I am worried
>> that
>> > using {$MODE delphi} may not be the best way to produce optimized code.
>> No problem. fpc modes are mostly about syntax, not optimization. If the
>> code
>> is delphi in origin it is definitely the best solution.
>> > Also I have seen other libpcap where they use ansichar instead of char.
>> Is
>> > there a reason for this?
>> Yes, D2009 and later where char<>ansichar but char=widechar.
>> IOW sb updated that piece for D2009+
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