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nmap+V-1.1 & nmap misuses -I...
From: "Jay Freeman \(saurik\)" <saurik () saurik com>
Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 17:12:52 -0500
Finally figured out why my patch was returning bad results or even crashing
on FreeBSD and some installations of Linux (mainly thanks to a friend who
gave me an account on his FreeBSD box). nmaps Makefile.in has the
INCLS = -I. -I$(LIBPCAPDIR)
This adds to the search path at the beginning
before the system libraries
:-) (at least for gcc, cant speak for other compilers). So if you do
something like #include <getopt.h> (or my <regex.h>) it doesnt even bother
checking the system file location, and simply gets the file from .. This
actually breaks things like:
/* The next half-dozen lines are from gcc-2.95 ... -Fyodor */
/* Include getopt.h for the sake of getopt_long.
We don't need the declaration of getopt, and it could conflict
with something from a system header file, so effectively nullify that.
#define getopt getopt_loser
:which are currently in nmap.h. Hasnt caused any problems so far because
getopt.h is rather standard (unlike the regex.h I was trying to use). The
three required changes to fix this (adding -I- to the end of INCLS, and
changing the two instances of <config.h> to config.h) can be found in a
patch at ftp://ftp.saurik.com/pub/nmap/nmap+f .
There is a new version of the nmap+V patch which should hopefully fix all
the problems people have been mailing me about at
ftp://ftp.saurik.com/pub/nmap/nmap+V-1.1 (patched tarball at
Jay Freeman (saurik)
saurik () saurik com <mailto:saurik () saurik com>
- nmap+V-1.1 & nmap misuses -I... Jay Freeman \(saurik\) (May 16)