十二金鸭Jun 13, 2017
colors in tshark!
[tl;dr: per-packet coloring is now supported in
tshark (command-lineWireshark) with
I regularly use
tsharkwhen doing protocol work, often several times per week.It’s a great way totake load off my brain instead of constantly parsing packets with my eyeballsdirectly from a raw hex dump.
tshark is like
tcpdump on steroids,providing me the majority of the benefits of Wireshark but without having toleave the terminal, use the mouse, or slurp a
.pcap file around betweenmachines.With
tshark I can usually just view the
.pcap file on the sameserver I used to capture it.
radix-calc: a programmer's calculator for the CLI and Alfred
tl;dr: a CLI-based and Alfred-based programmer’s calculatoris now available on GitHub and via
cargo install radix-calc
At work I deal with a lot of hexadecimal and binary arithmetic.Some of itI can do in my head with little effort – most addition is pretty easy, mosthex/decimal/binary conversions are easy for small values – but the rest of itis tedious and distracting to convert by hand.There are lots of tools outthere to help with these calculations but none of them met my needs:[...]
vim-mscgen available on GitHub
[tl;dr: Vim syntax highlighting for the mscgen, msgenny, Xù languages is nowavailable on GitHub.]
At work I’ve been working on a large design document that involves some wireprotocol work.It’s often helpful when explaining wire protocols to usepacket/protocol sequence diagrams (sometimes called ladder diagrams, but thatterm is ambiguous if you’re a different type of electrical engineer).[...]
Blog Moved to GitHub Pages
A few weeks ago I moved this blog from Blogger (davegoodell.blogspot.com) toGitHub Pages (blog.goodell.io).Redirects should be in place from any oldlinks to their new home, but it’s possible that I missed something somehow.I also updated the underlying feed backingthe Feed Burner feed, so anysubscribers using that might have seen the migration as a reposting of all theold posts.Sorry for the spam in your feed reader.