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Hello, First of all my question is to how to locate source code for Wireshark release 1.10.7 with Git? My other question is I just downloaded the source code for Wireshark release 1.10.10 from the download site instead of via Git and tried to make a build as is without any modification and I am getting the following error. Not sure I am missing any. I would prefer to obtain the 1.10.7 source code via Git, but did not know how to do so, hence going this route but having issue at the moment with the build. Please suggest. thanks in advance, Muriel

        bash -o igncr tools/textify.sh "./COPYING" wireshark-gtk2
tools/textify.sh: line 50: u2d: command not found
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'c:\cygwin\bin\bash.EXE' : return code '0x7f'
Stop.

asked 02 Oct '14, 06:57

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The build error is because your Cygwin installation doesn't have the u2d command. You need to install the dos2unix Cygwin package.

1.10.7 is tagged in git, so clone the Wireshark repo (git clone https://code.wireshark.org/review/wireshark) and then git checkout tags/v1.10.7.

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Thanks. I managed to build after reinstalled cygwin with dos2unix included. Also, I think I checked out the v1.10.7 with git checkout branch with ver specified to v1.10.7.

(02 Oct '14, 11:05) christenmu

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