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2008-04-05Split the pcap(3) man page into a bunch of individual man pages forguy1-1333/+0
2008-02-02Get rid of an extra blank line.guy1-9/+24
2008-01-06From Joerg Mayer: add a new man page for the filter syntax, copied fromguy1-10/+6
2008-01-01Now that we try to build libpcap with large file support, add a warningguy1-2/+13
2007-11-29From Gregor Maier: pcap_open_dead() doesn't take an errbuf argument (theguy1-2/+1
2007-10-04From Luis Martin Garcia: fix the "last updated" date of the man page.guy1-2/+2
2007-06-11Pick up changes from NetBSD:guy1-3/+3
2006-10-12Clarify that the structure that pcap_stats() fills in is pointed to byguy1-6/+7
2006-01-22From Daniele Orlandi <daniele@orlandi.com>: add support for capturingguy1-1/+6
2005-09-07Warn about some broken drivers *cough* Broadcom *cough* ignoringguy1-2/+6
2005-07-07OK, we'll be putting out 0.9.2 soon, so add the API changes back inguy1-11/+11
2005-07-050.9's already been released, so, for better or worse, we're stuck withguy1-11/+11
2005-07-05Rename "direction_t" to "pcap_direction_t", and rename "D_IN" andguy1-11/+11
2005-06-03Add a "pcap_dump_ftell()" routine, to fetch the current offset of aguy1-1/+11
2005-05-23Note that "pcap_setdirection()" isn't supported on savefiles.guy1-1/+2
2005-05-03From Pawel Pokrywka: add support for requesting that only receivedguy1-2/+27
2005-04-13 include typedef for pcap_handler in documentation.mcr1-1/+5
2004-12-17Don't boldface the period at the end of a sentence.guy1-2/+2
2004-11-07From Chris Lightfoot <cwrl@users.sourceforge.net>: addguy1-2/+17
2004-04-20Note that not all the addresses in the list of addresses areguy1-1/+8
2004-04-09Add a note indicating that there are platforms where the source addressguy1-1/+10
2004-03-28Handle the new OpenBSD pf format (DLT 117), which is now being usedfenner1-17/+24
2004-03-23Add support for sending packets; includes contributions from Markguy1-1/+36
2004-02-28Document "pcap_get_selectable_fd()" - and give some details on the stuffguy1-2/+64
2004-01-26Update the date.guy1-2/+2
2003-12-01Note that "pcap_breakloop()" won't break another thread out of aguy1-1/+15
2003-11-21Add a "pcap_get_selectable_fd()" API to get an FD on which you can do aguy1-2/+2
2003-11-18Add "pcap_datalink_val_to_description()", which returns, for a DLT_guy1-6/+9
2003-11-18Update the date.guy1-15/+91
2003-11-16Add a "pcap_dump_file()" API to get the "FILE *" corresponding to aguy1-1/+6
2003-11-04Add in some notes warning people about things they must do if usingguy1-2/+24
2003-11-04Add a "pcap_breakloop()" API to break out of the loop inguy1-4/+52
2003-10-10Describe the return value of "pcap_findalldevs()".guy1-1/+8
2003-04-10Add documentation for "pcap_next_ex()".guy1-1/+31
2003-02-11Don't describe the string returned by "pcap_lib_version()" as a versionguy1-3/+4
2003-02-11Add a "pcap_lib_version()" routine to return a version string forguy1-6/+9
2003-01-16From NetBSD, as checked in by Antti Kantee <pooka@netbsd.org>: fix theguy1-2/+2
2002-12-22Make "pcap_dump_flush()" return a success-vs-failure indication;guy1-2/+4
2002-12-22From Yoann Vandoorselaere <yoann@prelude-ids.org>: make the "device"guy1-6/+6
2002-12-21From Andrew Brown <atatat@atatdot.net>: add a "pcap_dump_flush()" call,guy1-1/+8
2002-12-19NetBSD support for multiple data link types on an interface, from Davidguy1-2/+41
2002-12-17Indicate when "pcap_next()" returns NULL, and that, unfortunately, youguy1-1/+10
2002-10-18Add support for RFC 2625 IP-over-Fibre Channel, mapping all the Linuxguy1-1/+5
2002-09-18On Solaris, if the "to_ms" argument is zero, we don't do an SBIOCSTIME;guy1-4/+3
2002-09-18Document that a zero value of the timeout argument to "pcap_open_live()"guy1-2/+7
2002-09-12Emphasize that you get only "caplen" bytes of data in the callback fromguy1-3/+20
2002-09-06Explain, in more detail, the "netmask" argument to "pcap_compile()"; inguy1-3/+9
2002-07-11Add SunATM support, based on code from Yen Yen Lim at North Dakota Stateguy1-1/+37
2002-07-11Add support for Frame Relay as a link-layer type; the header is theguy1-1/+4
2002-05-22Expand the description of the arguments to the callback forguy1-6/+30