Man Pages and code mismatches ... with respect to name mangling
simo.sorce at xsec.it
Sun Sep 1 06:58:00 GMT 2002
We should update the man page with description on different mangling
On Sat, 2002-08-31 at 23:44, Richard Sharpe wrote:
> I notice that the code (at least for mangling method = hash2) does
> different things to what the man pages claim.
> Man pages say that if the file starts with a leading ., it is replaced
> with three underscores. Either Ethereal can't count, or they are not. Only
> one is placed there. In addition, it seems that more characters than a
> leading . (dot) are replaced by a single underscore. For example, the #
> character (known as pound or hash) is also replaced by a single
> Secondly, the man pages claim that the first three characters of the
> extension (after the right most period) are forced to upper case etc. What
> it omits to say is that this only true if the extension consists of three
> or less characters. If there are more than five characters in the
> extension, well, they get lost.
> Which of these two behaviours is the intended one?
> Richard Sharpe, rsharpe at ns.aus.com, rsharpe at samba.org,
> sharpe at ethereal.com
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